We Provide The Help You Need In An Illinois Divorce
There are countless things to be addressed in a divorce. Overlooking any one of them could mean giving up your rights. At NextLevel Law, P.C, our attorneys take the time to go through every aspect of your case, review documents and discuss your goals to ensure it is done correctly the first time. We want to help you make the right decisions, no matter how long it takes. This is a difficult time in your life, and it is critical that you have a lawyer you can rely on.
We Put Our Clients First
From spousal support to property issues and child custody, we tackle every component of divorce. It is our commitment to being your lawyer to:
- Listen – We take the time to listen to your concerns and understand what you want to get out of the divorce.
- Communicate – We answer your calls and emails and do not make you wait to receive the answers you need.
- Explain – We will not move forward until we have thoroughly explained the divorce process and you understand what lies ahead.
- Support – We will comfort and support you as you part ways with your spouse and will not rush you into making any decisions.
We will provide a safe environment so that you feel free to express your concerns about your family law issues. We want you to feel comfortable and secure as our client, and we will do whatever is possible to make that happen.
Uncontested Versus Contested Divorces
There are two types of Illinois divorce. In a contested divorce, spouses disagree on certain divorce terms such as child custody, alimony or property division. If the divorce is uncontested, spouse are in agreement. Uncontested divorces are faster than contested divorces since there are no further issues that require negotiation. The shorter the process, the more money you may save.
We will find the resolution that is right for you based on your situation. We can represent you in mediation sessions and use our negotiation skills to get you what you are legally entitled to receive. Do not settle for an uncontested divorce simply to get things over with. When you disagree with your spouse, it is important to seek legal advice and expose alternative avenues for obtaining results. We will help to explore these possibilities as they apply to your case.
How Is Property Divided In A Divorce?
One of the biggest concerns divorcees have is property division. In Illinois, property is divided in accordance with equitable distribution laws. This means that assets and debts are not necessarily divided equally, but equitably. The court will take into consideration factors such as each spouse’s contributions to assets and debts, the length of the marriage, property values, marital agreements and spousal support. We will fight for what is yours and shield you from debts your spouse may have incurred. You may have some questions about divorce if you are in a same-sex marriage. We can address your concerns and explain how divorce laws apply to your individual case.
Contact Us Today
We offer flat fees instead of billing by the hour. By offering flat fees, we can ensure you always know how much you owe and what we will provide. Even though we do not bill by the hour, your case will still receive our full attention. Schedule a consultation at our Chicago office by calling 312-442-2225 or requesting an appointment online.