Divorce in Illinois is not that regular. Illinois has a divorce rate
of 3.2% per 1,000 of the population.
Illinois is a conservative state in the country. Illinois is one of a those states where still the conventional fault-based grounds for divorce are followed. But there exists no-fault divorce
grounds as well. For a fault divorce
, the court decree can not go in favor or against anyone until the mentioned grounds are satisfied before the divorce court.
Like most of the states of the US, annulments are also rare in Illinois. The annulment grounds are seldom met and therefore annulment cases are infrequently petitioned.
For professional information regarding divorce and annulment
, consult a divorce attorney
or divorce lawyer in your state. They are available to guide you towards the lawful ending of the marital relationship.