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Can I File for an Uncontested Divorce in Illinois?

 Posted on November 20,2019 in Uncontested Divorce

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Many people‚Äôs idea of what a divorce entails is entirely formed by the experiences of people around them and what they see in movies and television shows. When you think of a divorce, you might remember how your aunt and uncle went head to head in a divorce case that lasted for two years, or you might recall television shows such as Divorce Court and how argumentative the divorcing couples could be. In reality, many divorcing couples are not as contentious as you might expect. Some couples are able to put their differences aside and complete their divorce in a peaceful and relatively simple manner. In situations like these, you may be able to file for an uncontested divorce. However, an uncontested divorce may not be for everyone.

What Is an Uncontested Divorce?

In the simplest terms, an uncontested divorce occurs when both spouses can resolve the marital issues of their divorce without taking their case to court. Most divorces involve major issues such as:

If you and your spouse are able to come to an agreement on all of the above issues without arguing over them or requiring a judge to settle disputes, it can save you a great deal of time and money. 

Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce can be beneficial not only for divorcing spouses, but for others as well. First and foremost, it can make the divorce process easier for the entire family, because it often means less stress and anger are involved in the divorce proceedings. If you and your ex-spouse are able to come to an agreement on marital issues, you can avoid the costs and legal fees involved in making multiple court appearances. Additionally, an uncontested divorce ensures that the decision-making power rests in your hands for the entirety of the process. Since you are not involving a judge in decisions about your divorce, you can work together with your ex-spouse to determine what is best for you and your family.

Contact a Yorkville, IL Divorce Attorney 

Even if you expect your divorce to be amicable, it is highly recommended that you contact a skilled Kendall County uncontested divorce lawyer to guide you through the divorce process. At the Law Office of Matthew M. Williams, P.C., we can ensure that you meet all legal requirements for finalizing your divorce, and we can help you draft the necessary paperwork and address any issues that may arise. To learn more about uncontested divorce and how we can help you, call our office today at 630-409-8184 to schedule a consultation.




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