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


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

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Kane County Uncontested Divorce Lawyer

Kane County Uncontested Divorce Attorney

Attorney for Simple, Flat Rate Divorce in St. Charles, North Aurora and Batavia

When you and your spouse have decided to end your marriage amicably, an uncontested divorce could offer a practical and efficient solution. If the two of you agree in principle on all of the important issues and do not expect any major problems, a more cooperative approach might make sense. However, it is still important to make sure that everything is done correctly, which means that you should have an experienced legal professional on your side.

I am Attorney Matthew M. Williams of the The Law Office of Matthew M. Williams, P.C., and I have been serving clients in and around Kane County, Illinois for more than 15 years. I have a great deal of experience in handling divorce cases that involve unique and complicated issues. Throughout my career, I have dealt with nearly every divorce situation imaginable, and I use the knowledge I have acquired to provide my clients with the skilled representation they deserve.

The Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce

A litigated divorce places control of the divorce in the hands of the court. As a result, the proceedings are often bitter, contentious, and filled with uncertainty. Divorce litigation is also time-consuming and expensive.

By comparison, an uncontested divorce allows you and your spouse to retain control over the whole process. With my background and knowledge of the law, I can help you and your spouse reach common-sense agreements on issues such as parenting plans, child support, asset division, and spousal maintenance. If you are having trouble finding a solution, I will put my dispute resolution training to work in helping you negotiate an outcome that benefits everyone involved.

In addition to maintaining control, an uncontested divorce offers a number of other possible benefits, including but not limited to:

  • Lower costs: Compared to litigation, an uncontested divorce is often much less expensive.
  • Expedited timeframes: In an uncontested divorce, your case will not be dependent on the court's schedule. This usually means that your case can be finalized quickly.
  • Increased privacy: Court proceedings are a matter of public record, as is your final divorce agreement. Your discussions and negotiations during an uncontested divorce, however, are kept private and confidential.

Trusted Counsel for Kane County Divorce Cases

If you and your spouse have already reached an agreement on most of the important considerations related to your divorce, you might be thinking that you do not really need an attorney. Unfortunately, due to the complicated and confusing laws that govern divorce in Illinois, it is far too easy to make mistakes during the process—even if the two of you agree on everything.

As your lawyer, I will review your agreement to ensure that it addresses all of the necessary elements of your case, as required by Illinois law. I can also help you take your ideas and turn them into a formal settlement agreement to be presented to the court for approval. With my assistance, you can have the peace of mind that comes with knowing your agreement is legally sound and able to provide a solid foundation for your post-divorce future.

My commitment to you and your family is so strong, that I am willing to prepare your uncontested divorce paperwork and file your divorce for a flat fee of $1,500 plus court costs, or $2,000 plus court costs if your divorce involves children. My flat fees include drafting your settlement agreement and parenting plan, an initial revision if changes are required, and all legal filings. In cases where additional negotiations are required, other arrangements, including flexible payment plans are also available.

Call 630-409-8184 in Kane County

For more information about negotiating an uncontested divorce in Illinois, contact my office. Call 630-409-8184 for a confidential consultation and case evaluation at the Law Office of Matthew M. Williams, P.C. today. I serve clients throughout Kane County including Aurora, North Aurora, Batavia, Sugar Grove, Elburn, Geneva, St. Charles and Elgin.

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


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

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