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Can you control your partner's abusive behavior?

If you are in a committed relationship, you will be well aware that there are times when turmoil and disagreements are inevitable. You and your spouse or partner both have differing opinions, preferred ways of doing things and varying habits. However, it is imperative that you recognize the difference between regular tensions in a relationship and potentially threatening or harmful behaviors that qualify as abuse in the state of Illinois. It is also critical that you understand that while you cannot control your partner's behavior, you can be educated about warning signs of abuse so you can make an escape before your life is endangered. 

Understanding the real purpose of child support

While many Illinois couples would like to believe that their divorce is only impacting their own personal lives, divorce has a bit of a rattling domino effect and can create tension, stress and instability in the lives of everyone closest to them. Unfortunately, this is especially the case for divorcing couples who have had children together. Often, children are left grappling for answers and trying to relearn how to function in a new life that has been turned upside-down. 

Your personal reasons for divorce are likely pretty common

If you have reached the point where you feel like you can't stay another day in your marriage, you likely did not arrive at this decision overnight. Like many Illinois couples, the feeling may have built from a series of disappointments and misunderstandings, or your marriage may have broken down as a result of one pivotal event.

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