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Divorce Lawyer 60064

Divorce Lawyers Representing Clients in Illinois Zip Code 60064

Anyone who is currently planning for a divorce or is in the early stages of a divorce case should have an experienced Chicago divorce lawyer to advocate for their rights and to make sure that their voice is heard. Regardless of whether you are anticipating a relatively straightforward and uncontested divorce, or you are getting ready for a contested divorce with a range of issues in dispute, a dedicated divorce lawyer 60064 can assist you. At Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, we serve clients in North Chicago and throughout Chicagoland, and we can begin working with you today on your divorce case.

Types of Divorce Matters We Handle in 60064

The experienced Chicago divorce lawyers at Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group in 60064 assist clients with many kinds of divorce issues, such as:

  • Uncontested versus contested divorce;
  • Property division;
  • Alimony or spousal support;
  • Allocation of parental responsibilities;
  • Child support; and
  • Modifications.

Filing Your Divorce Petition in Chicago 60064

When you file a divorce petition in Chicago, you will be filing for a no-fault divorce. Indeed, no-fault divorces are the only option in Illinois, which means your divorce petition will be based on “irreconcilable differences.” When you do file your divorce petition, the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA) requires that the following information be included in your petition for dissolution of marriage:

  • Age, occupation, and residence of each party, including the length of their residency in Illinois;
  • Date of the marriage and place where it was registered;
  • Whether there is a pending divorce petition in another county or state;
  • Proof that the “irreconcilable differences” requirement has been met, which typically involves evidence that the spouses have been living separate and apart for at least six months;
  • Names, ages, and addresses of all children from the marriage, and information about whether a spouse in the marriage is currently pregnant; and
  • Any existing arrangements concerning alimony, child support, or the allocation of parental responsibilities.

Uncontested Versus Contested Divorce in Chicago Zip Code 60064

Divorces in Illinois will be uncontested or contested. The difference between these types of divorces is that an uncontested divorce means all issues or disputes have been resolved and the parties are in full agreement, whereas a contested divorce involves a dispute about one or more issues. A contested divorce will require the court to hear from both parties to resolve any existing disputes (such as property division, spousal support, or the allocation of parental responsibilities). As such, a contested divorce will usually take more time and can cost more than an uncontested divorce.

It may be possible to resolve issues that would result in a contested divorce through divorce mediation. If the parties can resolve their disputes, they can move forward with an uncontested divorce.

Contact a Divorce Attorney 60064

Divorces in North Chicago can be complicated and contentious, but one of our experienced Chicago divorce lawyers 60064 is here to assist you. Contact Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group to learn more about your options in your divorce case.

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Contact Information

Downtown Chicago/Loop Office
Fax:312-283-8636
Lake Forest Office
Fax:312-283-8636
Lisle Office
Fax:312-283-8636
Lake Forest Office

100 Saunders Rd.
Suite 150

Lake Forest, IL 60045

Lisle Office

3333 Warrenville Rd.
Suite 200

Lisle, IL 60532

Downtown Chicago/Loop Office

77 W. Wacker Drive
45th Floor

Chicago, IL 60601

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