The overwhelming majority of divorce cases end in a settlement. This means that the couple is able to come to an agreement about various divorce issues without having to go to trial. However, court involvement may be necessary if spouses cannot reach an agreement. If the case does end up going to court, the couple will no longer have the final say over the decisions made — a judge will. The judge will make determinations that are in line with the law, but before they can do that, they have to understand all of the facts of the case.… Continue Reading How Can Using Expert Witnesses Help Me During My Illinois Divorce?