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Warrenville Divorce Attorney

Illinois Divorce Lawyer Serving Clients in Warrensville 

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Planning for a divorce and finding the right divorce lawyer to handle your case can be complicated, but an experienced Warrenville divorce attorney at our firm can speak with you today about the options available to you. At the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, we have years of experience serving Illinois residents with a wide variety of divorce matters.

Issues in Warrenville Divorces Our Attorneys Handle

At the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, we represent clients in many different types of legal issues arising out of Warrenville divorces. Examples of the kinds of divorce matters we routinely handle include:

  • Filing for divorce;
  • Uncontested and contested divorce;
  • Classifying separate and marital property;
  • Division of marital property;
  • Concealed assets in a divorce;
  • Dividing business assets;
  • Spousal maintenance;
  • Allocating significant decision-making responsibilities;
  • Allocating parenting time;
  • Domestic violence in a divorce case;
  • Child support; and
  • Modifying existing divorce orders.

Filing for Divorce in Warrenville

Most legal matters pertaining to divorce in Warrenville are governed by the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA). The IMDMA clarifies that Illinois is a no-fault state for purposes of divorce, which means neither party can or must prove that the other is at fault in order to get divorced. Instead, the “no fault” method for getting divorced in Illinois is showing that irreconcilable differences are responsible for the divorce filing. 

Divorces in Warrenville can be uncontested or contested. An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties agree about all of the terms of the divorce, while a contested divorce is one in which a single issue or more is in dispute. Contested divorces require a judge to make a ruling on the issue or issues in dispute.

Division of Marital Property in Warrenville

Marital property in Warrenville is divided based on equitable distribution. Since Illinois is an equitable distribution state, this means the court will look at many different factors in order to reach a decision about how to divide marital assets and debts in a manner that is equitable (or fair) to both of the spouses involved.

Warrenville Spousal Maintenance 

Illinois law has a formula that courts use for most spousal maintenance awards. Before a court can use the formula to determine the duration and amount of maintenance, however, the party seeking maintenance must ask the court to award it. Then, the court will look at a variety of factors to determine if maintenance is appropriate in the particular case.

Warrenville Allocation of Parental Responsibilities

Many divorces also involve minor children from the marriage. In these cases, the court will also allocate parental responsibilities—previously known as child custody—as part of the divorce case. 

Contact a Divorce Attorney in Warrenville

If you need assistance planning in advance for your divorce case, or if you are in the early stages of your divorce and need help, one of our experienced Warrensville divorce attorneys can speak with you today about your case. We can answer any questions you have and discuss the divorce process based on the facts of your case. Contact the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group to learn more.

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