Infidelity typically involves three people, the innocent spouse, the unfaithful spouse, and the ‘other person’ (the OP).
A common mistake is for the innocent party to seek answers to questions that maybe are best left unanswered. Frequently the innocent partner wants to confront the ‘other person’. It is a natural reaction, but is it constructive? Continue reading Infidelity – Should You Confront the Paramour?
s practicing divorce attorneys in Oak Brook and Chicago, we have occasion to speak with many new clients who are contemplating, or are already involved in, a trial separation. Continue reading Trial Separations are not “Trials” Part One
The pain that divorcing spouses experience is impossible to suppress for very long. We wear it on our sleeves and express it through our language. It hinders our ability to think and interact constructively. How we communicate with our spouse has a direct effect on the outcome of our divorce. The language we use–wording, tone of voice and body language–is extremely important. Continue reading Tips for Negotiating Your Divorce