If you are preparing for a divorce in Illinois, you should consult a divorce lawyer. To get started, call or text 312-554-5433 , or drop us a message here. We litigate cases, but if you are looking for an uncontested divorce lawyer who represents clients for a flat fee – then you’ve hit the jackpot.
Analyze + Strategize + Execute
The approach you take with your lawyer can be critical. I take a strategic approach, and I’m not afraid to re-evaluate a position to secure an advantage for my clients. Divorce is a fluid process, and people need to evolve as cases evolve. An Illinois divorce case is not static, it’s dynamic.
I’m an Illinois divorce lawyer serving the counties of Cook, DuPage, and Lake Counties, and cities and villages including Chicago, Elmhurst, Evanston, Skokie, Glenview, Waukegan, Wheaton. I accept cases based largely on my ability to partner with potential clients to make a difference. Check out my bio.
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Agree when possible.
Litigate hard if necessary.
Family law disputes should be about solving problems.
It’s possible that you might have an uncontested divorce in Illinois. If so, that’s great – and you can be divorced quickly, and affordably. My office can represent you in an uncontested divorce for a flat fee, and the process can be very simple. If you want to start an uncontested divorce in Illinois for one simple flat fee, then check out this article about a lawyer’s role in the process.
I hope you don’t have to fight too much. But if your spouse or the other parent is being unfair and unreasonable, then you might need to litigate. If necessary, I will fight hard for you while being your strategic partner.
I have a straightforward approach. People shouldn’t pay lawyers to beat around the bush.
Certain people only react when under extreme pressure, and if you are fighting someone like that, I can take your case to trial. My trial experience includes cross-examination so intense it made a witness pass out, and destroying both the opposing party’s experts (a psychiatrist, and a psychologist) by eliciting contradictory testimony leading to the court finding that the opposing party suffered form a severe psychological condition.