The Law Office of Matthew M. Williams, P.C.


1444 North Farnsworth Avenue, Suite 307, Aurora, IL 60505

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Divorce Attorneys in Kane County Illinois

Kane County Divorce Attorney

A Trusted Name in Local Family Law for More Than 10 Years

Divorce is never part of anyone's fairytale wedding, but it does happen, sometimes in spite of the best efforts at avoiding it. If you are considering an end to your marriage or have already made up your mind, find out more about your options. As a Kane County divorce lawyer, I can provide you with the objective information you need to make the best decision for you and your family.

My name is Matthew M. Williams, of the Law Office of Matthew M. Williams, P.C. My clients are husbands and wives, mothers and fathers, who are coping with the difficult decisions that are involved before, during and after divorce. My philosophy in my practice is to get to know you, the client, along with your needs and goals. With that knowledge, I promise to provide knowledgeable and effective legal representation to you and your family.

My understanding of divorce law and awareness of the emotional stress it causes for my clients make me an ideal choice to represent you and your family. Call 630-409-8184 or contact me online to schedule a consultation.

As a family law attorney with a history of helping my clients overcome the pain of divorce, I understand that you need someone who will take the time to learn about you and your family before creating a divorce strategy. The divorce itself is just one aspect of a comprehensive family law plan. Consideration must be given to issues like spousal support, and the care and support of your children.

I represent clients in Kane County and throughout the area, each one with different needs. Some couples are able to work through the process with very little outside help, while others cannot even be in the same room. Strategies for divorce resolution include

  • Contested divorce: The traditional method of getting a divorce, this option is the most expensive and time consuming, as it involves litigation. This means that not only are agreements argued in court, but the final decisions are made by a judge. This can cause serious turmoil when it comes to property division and child custody matters.
  • Uncontested divorce: Some relationships have simply run their course. The spouses agree on all matters related to property, children and support, and they amicably part ways. This option is inexpensive and expedient.
  • Collaborative law: The collaborative approach works where both parties and their attorneys cooperatively are able to come to an agreed settlement. This usually saves time and money while reducing conflict.
  • Mediation: In this process, the couples meet with a neutral mediator. Generally, there are no attorneys present. This option works best when there are issues that the parties do not agree upon, but they are able to be civil.

Kane County, Illinois, Family Law Information

While divorce law is made at the state level, individual counties and cities have their own particular rules for filing documents and the payment of court fees, and Kane County is no different. For more information on court costs and other requirements, visit the Kane County Judicial Center at 37W777 Route 38, St. Charles, Illinois 60175. The civil division, which deals with divorce, can be reached at 630-232-5805.

Serving Family Law Clients for More Than 10 Years

I am attorney Matthew M. Williams, and I believe that good things can come even out of dark times. I want to represent you in your family law matter so you can pick yourself up and start your new life, full of new possibilities for you and your family. To schedule a consultation, please call 630-409-8184 or contact my Aurora office online.

The Law Office of Matthew M. Williams, P.C.


1444 North Farnsworth Avenue, Suite 307, Aurora, IL 60505

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