Requirements for filing for divorce in Illinois
The divorce process begins by filing a court document known as a petition, complaint, or dissolution to marriage. Before then, the following factors must be met.
At least one of the spouses should have resided in Illinois or been based in the state as a member of the army for not less than 90 days.
The petition should be filed in the spouses’ county of residence.
Illinois should be your primary residence.
In case the divorce involves children, they ought to have lived in Illinois for not less than six months before filing.
No-fault divorce in Illinois should involve a petition on the grounds of irreconcilable differences and be preceded by at least two years of separation.
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