I'm not sure about getting divorce if getting pregnant in Illinois, what I'm concerned about is the wife being accused with adultery. Careful !
Yes you can move to another state, but you can not take the children to another state till the divorce is given.
You can get a divorce in another state from where you were married if you or your soon to be ex are a resident of the state. So, in your case, you would need to meet the residency requirements for Indiana to be able to file for divorce there.
Illinois is a state. Pennsylvania is another state. One cannot be within another.
In the state of Illinois , which is in the U.S.A in a case of uncontested divorce will deffinately take only a short time for a result.
There is not another state located in Illinois
That depends on the state. You can't in the state of Kentucky.
In the state of Florida you cannot get a divorce in a month. It take at least 6 months to get a divorce.
No fault divorce allows someone to divorce their spouse for reasons that are recognized by the state. Below is a link that has alot more information on divorce. Arkansas is a no fault divorce state.
The state you currently reside in.
Even in Illinois both must file for divorce, then only will things move forward.
Yes, you can divorce while pregnant in any state of the United States. I would suggest you get child support with the divorce.