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My spouse and I plan to get an uncontested divorce. However, we're not sure if we need to go back to the county we got married in in order to get divorced. Any advice?
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No. You can get a divorce in any county in Illinois. If a battle of counties becomes an issue, the county that will likely control is where the marital residence is and/or where the children reside.
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In Illinois, the venue (location) of the court is typically determined by the county in which you or your spouse reside. You should be able to get a divorce in your current county.
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