What are the Legal Requirements for Divorce in Illinois?

In this article, we explain the legal requirements for divorce in Illinois. To file or petition for divorce in Illinois, the state requires residency for at least 90 days. The filing must also take place with a circuit court in which one of the spouses currently resides.

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