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Filing for an Uncontested Divorce in Illinois

Posted on in Divorce

Wheaton uncontested divorce lawyerWhile it is true that some couples do not end their marriages on the best of terms, many divorces are amicable, with both partners knowing that divorce is the best option for everyone. Getting a divorce means you will have to make some difficult decisions about your life and your children’s lives. Even though you may not agree on everything, your divorce does not have to be a strenuous process. An uncontested divorce can be preferable and beneficial for everyone involved -- that is, if you are able to cooperate and negotiate with your spouse.

Understanding an Uncontested Divorce

In the most basic of definitions, an uncontested divorce is simply one that is able to be negotiated and settled without the intervention of a court or a judge. There are certain things that all divorcing couples will have to decide before they can complete their divorce. These issues can include:

An Uncontested Divorce May Be Right for You

Contrary to what many people believe, most divorces are “uncontested” because they are settled outside of the courtroom. Typically, taking your divorce case to court or before a judge is only used as a last resort, because there are many advantages to an uncontested divorce. One of the biggest reasons people choose this type of divorce is because they are usually easier on the family -- especially if there are children involved. Uncontested divorces typically take less time because they are not at the mercy of the court's schedule. Many people are also more satisfied with the results because they were able to negotiate their own divorce settlement and did not have a judge making decisions for them.

Contact a DuPage County Divorce Attorney

At the Goostree Law Group, we do our best to make sure our clients’ divorce process is as easy and stress-free as possible. When you do not have to worry about where your kids will live or if you will be in a good financial situation after the divorce, you can focus on working through the emotional side of divorce and start heading toward your new beginning. Our skilled Naperville asset division lawyers will keep your best interests at the forefront of everything we do. Call our office today at 630-364-4046 to schedule a free consultation. 





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