River Forest Divorce Lawyer

River Forest Divorce Lawyer

Divorce Attorney in River Forest Helping Clients With Illinois Divorces

Are you thinking about filing for divorce in Illinois? Are you in the early stages of the divorce process, but you need assistance from an experienced River Forest divorce lawyer? An advocate at Arami Law can help you. At our firm, we know how important it is to have experienced and compassionate representation during a divorce. Indeed, for many people, going through a divorce is one of the most difficult experiences in their lives. It is essential for you to have an advocate to ensure that your voice is heard.

Types of Legal Matters Your River Forest Divorce Attorney Can Handle

At Arami Law, we handle many different kinds of legal matters that can arise in a divorce case under the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA), including but not limited to the following: 

  • Filing a petition for the dissolution of marriage;
  • Complex property division;
  • Identifying separate and marital property;
  • Classifying marital assets and debts;
  • Negotiating a property settlement;
  • High asset property division matters;
  • Spousal maintenance;
  • Calculating amount and duration of maintenance;
  • Allocation of parental responsibilities;
  • Developing a parenting plan;
  • Parenting time and parenting schedules; and
  • Child support and the income shares model.

How Long Will My River Forest Divorce Take?

Since every divorce is different, we cannot say exactly how much time your divorce is likely to take until assessing your specific situation. Generally speaking, an uncontested divorce takes much less time than a contested divorce since the court does not have to make decisions about property division, child custody, spousal maintenance, or other important issues. 

An uncontested divorce is a divorce in which both parties agree to all terms. This means that, if there are no minor children from the marriage, the parties agree to everything concerning property division, spousal maintenance, and any other related issues. If there are minor children from the marriage, the parties also must agree to all terms concerning child custody (or the allocation of parental responsibilities) and child support. 

A contested divorce is one in which the parties cannot agree to one or more terms. To be clear, even if the parties agree to almost all terms but cannot come to an agreement over a specific issue—such as the amount of spousal maintenance, or the allocation of parenting time—then they will have a contested divorce. Contested divorces take longer because the parties either need to go through a period of negotiations to reach an agreement, or the court ultimately must make a decision about the issue to which the parties cannot agree.

Contact a River Forest Divorce Attorney for Assistance

At Arami Law, our dedicated River Forest divorce attorneys have years of experience assisting clients with a wide range of divorce matters, including property division, spousal maintenance, child custody, child support, and other issues. Do not hesitate to get in touch with an advocate at our firm to learn more about the services we can provide. Contact Arami Law today to get started on your divorce case.

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