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¿Si me mudo de nuestra casa durante el divorcio, seré acusado de abandono?

Cuando uno decida divorciarse, o si su cónyuge le informa sobre su intención de obtener un divorcio, enfrentará muchas preocupaciones que probablemente no había considerado anteriormente. Estas incluyen custodia y visitación de los hijos, manutención conyugal, manutención de los hijos, y la división de la propiedad conyugal.

Quizás el problema más inmediato que se debe considerar es qué sucederá con su situación de vivienda. ¿Debe usted mudarse de la residencia? ¿Debe su cónyuge mudarse? ¿Cuáles son las ramificaciones?


En Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC, entendemos la dificultad de las situaciones y decisiones que surgen como parte del proceso de divorcio, especialmente en el principio. La cuestión de mudarse de su hogar es una de las decisiones más significativas.

Vivir bajo el mismo techo con su pronto a ser ex cónyuge no es el mejor curso de acción. Incluso en un divorcio colaborativo, hay muchos días difíciles por delante, y los desacuerdos pueden afectar gravemente una familia y sus hijos. Después de consultar con un abogado de divorcio, si usted está en buenos términos con su cónyuge, pueden intentar decidir cuál es la decisión óptima para todos los involucrados.

Haberse ido de su residencia no significa que haya abandonado a sus hijos. Los jueces de derecho de familia entienden que mantener residencias separadas puede evitar que los hijos enfrenten los argumentos y la acritud que frecuentemente resultan durante un divorcio.

Un abogado con experiencia en divorcios puede ayudarle a crear un plan de crianza que aborde su nuevo arreglo de vivienda y un calendario de custodia compartida o exclusiva dependiendo de las circunstancias del caso.

Un divorcio es una de las situaciones más estresantes que un individuo puede sobrellevar, y decidir cuál cónyuge debería mudarse puede agravar esa dificultad. No se mude hasta que hable con un abogado de Wheaton, IL. Comuníquese con MKFM Law al 630-665-7300 para una consulta gratuita.

¿Para el divorcio, es importante en donde nos casamos?

Muchas preguntas surgen cuando contempla o comienza el proceso de divorcio. Estas podrían incluir asuntos relacionados a custodia y visitación de los hijos, manutención de los hijos, apoyo conyugal, y división de propiedad conyugal. Antes de tomar cualquier decisión, consulte con un abogado con experiencia en divorcios que pueda guiarlo a través del proceso de divorcio.

Una pregunta común es si la ubicación del matrimonio causará complicaciones durante el divorcio si este ocurrió en otro estado o país.


Los abogados diestros en divorcio de Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella entienden la incertidumbre y las preocupaciones que acompañan un divorcio. Sabemos que la tensión puede ser abrumadora mientras considera su vida después del divorcio. Independientemente de las preocupaciones que pueda tener, MKFM puede proveerle el asesoramiento legal y representación que necesita para disminuir su carga emocional.

Sin importar si usted y su cónyuge pueden llegar a un acuerdo mediante un divorcio colaborativo o mediación de divorcio, o si se requiere litigación de divorcio, puede confiar en MKFM Law para luchar por la resolución que desea.

En resumen, no. Si usted se casó en otro estado o país y el matrimonio no es contra las leyes de Illinois, este será legalmente reconocido en la corte. Si usted ha residido en el estado de Illinois por lo menos 90 días antes de la finalización del divorcio, la corte tiene la autoridad legal de otorgar la disolución de su matrimonio.

En MKFM Law, brindamos atención compasiva a nuestros clientes mientras perseguimos enérgicamente el acuerdo de divorcio que necesitan a medida que pasan al próximo capítulo de sus vidas. Para hablar con un abogado adepto de derecho familiar en el Condado de DuPage, contáctenos al 630-665-7300 para una consulta gratuita.

If I Move Out of Our Home During Divorce, Will I Be Charged With Child Abandonment?

When you decide to get a divorce, or if your spouse informs you of their intention to file for divorce, you will confront many concerns you likely never considered before. This includes child custody and visitation, spousal maintenance, child support, and the division of marital property.

Perhaps the most immediate issue to address is what will happen to your living situation. Should you move out of your residence? Should your spouse move out? What are the ramifications?


At Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC, we understand the difficult situations and decisions that arise as part of the divorce process, especially in the beginning. Leaving your home is one of the most impactful choices involved .

Living under the same roof with your soon-to-be ex-spouse is often not the best course of action. Even in a collaborative divorce, there are many trying days ahead, and disagreements can severely affect the household and your children. After you speak with a divorce attorney, if you are on reasonable terms with your spouse, you can attempt to decide together what the optimal decision is for everyone involved.

Leaving the residence does not mean you have abandoned your children. Family law judges understand maintaining separate residences can spare children from the arguments and acrimony that commonly result from divorce.

A skilled divorce lawyer can help you create a parenting plan that addresses your new living arrangement and a parenting schedule for the time leading up to the finalization of your divorce decree.

Divorce is one of the most stressful situations an individual can endure, and deciding which spouse should move out can compound that difficulty. Do not move until you speak to a Wheaton, IL divorce attorney. Contact MKFM Law at 630-665-7300 for a free consultation.

Will it Matter in Our Divorce Where We Got Married?

Many questions come up when you either contemplate or begin the divorce process. This includes matters related to child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, and marital property distribution. Before you make any decision, speak with an experienced divorce attorney who can guide you through the divorce process.

One common question is whether the location of your wedding will cause complications during divorce if it occurred in another state or country.


The skilled divorce lawyers at Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella understand the uncertainty and various concerns that accompany divorce. We know the strain can be overwhelming as you ponder your post-divorce life. Whatever worries you might have, MKFM Law can provide the legal advice and representation you need to lessen the emotional burden.

Regardless of whether you and your spouse can reach agreements via collaborative divorce or divorce mediation, or if you require divorce litigation, you can trust MKFM Law to fight for the resolution you want.

In short, no. If you were legally married in another state or country and it does not conflict with Illinois law, it is legally recognized by the court. If you have resided within the state of Illinois for at least 90 days prior to divorce decree finalization, the court has legal authority to grant the dissolution of your marriage.

At MKFM Law, we provide compassionate care for our clients while aggressively pursuing the divorce agreement they need as they transition to the next chapter of their lives. To speak with an adept DuPage County family law attorney, contact us at 630-665-7300 for a free consultation.

Can I Restrict My Former Spouse's Parenting Time?

In an ideal post-divorce world, a parent has nothing to worry about when their child visits their other parent. Unfortunately, it does not always work out that way, and sometimes a parent has to make the decision to protect their child from an unsafe situation.

While Illinois law is strict when it comes to parenting time interference, there is an allowance for dangerous situations.



Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC understands the stress you face if you are concerned about your child's safety whenever they spend time with your former spouse. If you suspect physical or mental abuse, drug or alcohol addiction, or other serious problems that put your child at risk, you have legal options.

While a quick, emergency decision is understandable, the best course of action you can take is to contact an experienced family law attorney and law enforcement before you attempt to prevent a visit. If you fail to do so, the other parent may retaliate with a contempt of court charge if you act on your own. Instead, you want maximum protection and representation in place to take swift legal action.

While Illinois law protects the rights of parents from parenting time interference, it also provides recourse for legitimately concerned parents who fear for the well-being of their child. The Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act states parenting time (formerly called visitation) is allowed unless it "would endanger seriously the child's physical, mental, moral or emotional health."

To make a change to parenting time or the allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly called custody), the court must see convincing evidence that your child's health or safety are threatened. While visitation and custody can be denied to a parent who endangers a child, if a parent takes action to prevent a visit without sufficient proof of a dangerous environment, their custody may be challenged as well. Unjust denial of parenting time may result in make-up visits or a complete change in the allocation of parental responsibilities.

If you believe your child's safety is not guaranteed when they visit your former spouse, do not delay in taking necessary action to ensure their safety. MKFM Law can immediately seek a modification to custody and visitation. Contact a Wheaton, IL family law attorney at 630-665-7300 for a free consultation.

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