In the state of Illinois, a spouse can also file for divorce accused of guilt in case of bigamy or impotence. Now it`s time to talk about money and who owns what assets and liabilities belong to. Some will be common or “conjugat”, and others will be personal or “separate”. As a rule, everything that was heard or owed to a spouse before marriage remains his separate fortune or debt. All that is acquired during the marriage with the money of the marriage is the conjugal property – even if only one spouse used the object. Only marital property and liabilities are subject to division upon divorce. (Of course, the distinction is more complicated than this; read “Matrimonial Property vs. Separated Property in Divorce” for more information.) While the judge is ready to hear your divorce case and decide the issues for you, the court will instead accept a reasonable divorce agreement.