Uncontested Divorce Attorneys in Schaumburg, IL
Many divorce cases involve disputes between the divorcing parties that must be resolved in front of a judge. However, there are divorce cases in which both sides have agreed to amicably divorce with no outstanding disputes. When you and your spouse have decided to divorce and agree on what to do about key issues including child custody, child support, spousal support, and division of marital assets, you can file for an uncontested divorce.
Allen Gabe Law, P.C. can provide representation for those seeking an uncontested divorce in Schaumburg, IL. Our divorce attorneys have years of family law experience and we can help you navigate an uncontested divorce quickly and efficiently. If both you and your spouse can cooperate and finalize a settlement agreement with no disputes, you can save the time and money it takes to finalize a typical divorce.
When to File for Uncontested Divorce
An uncontested divorce should only be sought if you are confident that you and the other party can respectfully agree on the many issues involved in a divorce. This means there should be no disagreements when it comes to financial and property division or matters involving your children.
With the full cooperation of both spouses, a settlement can be written up and the divorce finalized in as little as 30 days. Even though this seems like a straightforward process, it is still beneficial to have legal representation to help draft and review the divorce settlement and accompany you to court. Our divorce attorneys will help ensure your uncontested divorce is finalized with as little trouble as possible. If an unexpected issue comes up and turns the proceeding into a more traditional divorce, our attorneys will be there to work in your best interests through the proceeding.
You can seek an uncontested divorce if you meet the following conditions:
- Agreement on the division of marital assets
- Agreement on whether or not there will be spousal support
- Agreement on child custody arrangements
- Agreement on child support payments
- Agreement on the division of assets including real estate, businesses, stocks, or retirement funds
- Neither party is involved in a bankruptcy or foreclosure that could affect the financial situation
- There are no allegations of domestic violence
Call the Divorce Attorneys of Allen Gabe Law, P.C.
If you and your divorcing spouse agree with what to do about all the matters involved with your divorce, you can save time and money by filing for an uncontested divorce. Our attorneys at Allen Gabe Law, P.C. will help ensure that your uncontested divorce is done as smoothly as possible.
Contact our attorneys for representation for your uncontested divorce in Schaumburg, IL by calling (847) 241-5000, Ext 121.
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