Uncontested Divorce in Illinois
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After a separation, you and your spouse may have decided to part ways amicably. Neither of you wishes to attack or seek revenge from the other. You are confident that you agree on the major components of your pending divorce, including division of marital assets, spousal support (if any), child custody and child support.
When Complications Are Minimal, Uncontested Divorce May Work
You believe that your divorce will be simple and straightforward. You are not in disagreement over business ownership, stock options, retirement funds or real estate ownership. You are not involved in an ongoing bankruptcy or foreclosure that may complicate the financial aspects of your divorce. There have been no allegations of domestic violence. And yet it still makes sense to have a lawyer to make sure things get done right.
Contact the experienced divorce lawyers at the law offices of Anderson & Associates in Wheaton, Chicago or Schaumburg to schedule a free initial consultation. Learn how our lawyers in DuPage County and Cook County can help you accomplish an uncontested divorce efficiently and inexpensively. Your uncontested divorce may be complete in as little as 30 days when both of you fully cooperate in crafting and finalizing the settlement agreement.
Finalizing an Amicable Separation
Uncontested divorce may be the right solution for you when you and your husband or wife are in agreement about what each of you will take from the marriage. Perhaps you have already been living separate lives for some time, and need to put a legal finality to your marital dissolution.
It often happens, however, that what seems like an uncontested divorce becomes a traditional case of divorce litigation when unexpected issues or new demands arise.
Our lawyers' years of experience can help you through a contested or uncontested divorce with your family's long-term well-being front and center. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation regarding your uncontested divorce following an amicable separation.
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