Oak Brook Divorce Lawyer

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Illinois Divorce Attorney Representing Clients in Oak Brook

Filing for divorce can be a complicated and difficult process in Illinois, and it is often one of the most difficult experiences a person will go through. Regardless of whether you are anticipating a contentious divorce process or you are on relatively good terms with your ex, it is essential to have an experienced Oak Brook divorce lawyer on your side who will advocate for you. Our firm has years of experience representing clients in divorces in Illinois, and we can speak with you today about getting started on your case.

Divorce in Oak Brook and How Our Attorneys Help

The divorce process begins in Oak Brook when a party files a petition for the dissolution of marriage. From filing to handling modifications, our firm provides a wide variety of services surrounding Illinois divorce, including but not limited to the following:

  • Filing your divorce petition;
  • Responding to a divorce petition after the other spouse has filed;
  • Classification of marital and separate property;
  • Equitable distribution of property;
  • Complex property distribution;
  • High asset divorces;
  • Dividing business assets;
  • Concealed assets;
  • Valuation of marital property;
  • Spousal support determinations and calculations;
  • Allocation of parental responsibilities, including allocation of significant decision-making responsibilities and parenting time;
  • Child support calculations under the income shares model; and
  • Modifications of existing divorce orders.

Illinois No-Fault Divorce in Oak Brook

The Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA) only allows spouses to go through a no-fault divorce. Accordingly, you should not plan to allege grounds for divorce. Instead, the IMDMA only requires a finding that irreconcilable differences exist between the couple. The court has to deem those differences are such that no attempts to overcome them would work out or be in anyone’s best interests. 

When the parties have been living separate and apart for at least six months before the divorce filing, then there is an irrebuttable presumption that the “irreconcilable differences” requirement has been met.

Oak Brook Equitable Distribution of Marital Property

In Oak Brook divorces, all property is classified as marital or separate property, and all marital property is divided between the spouses based on the theory of equitable distribution. The court will consider a variety of factors to determine what kind of division of marital property is fair or equitable to both spouses.

Only marital property is divided in a divorce. Separate property typically includes assets and debts acquired before the marriage, and property acquired after the marriage through an inheritance or a gift.

Contact an Experienced Divorce Attorney in Oak Brook

If you are making plans for divorce, or if you are already in the early stages of a divorce case, it is critical to have an experienced Oak Brook divorce attorney on your side who can advocate for you at every stage of the divorce process. At Arami Law, Inc., we have years of experience representing clients in many different types of divorce cases and can talk with you today. Contact Arami Law, Inc. to learn more about the services we provide to clients in Illinois.

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