DuPage County Amicable Divorce Lawyers

It Is Possible to Divorce Peaceably

DuPage Child Support LawyerMost people immediately think of bitter arguments, angry confrontations and protracted litigation when they hear the word "divorce." While there may have been arguments and confrontations that led up to the decision to end your marriage, it is not always necessary to continue such contentious behavior during the divorce process. When a couple is able to put aside their differences and communicate about the future of their family, they can make better decisions and get through the divorce more quickly, leaving the process with dignity and respect.

The DuPage County divorce attorneys at Andrew Cores Family Law Group can help you seek an amicable resolution to your divorce. In addition to being skilled negotiators, our lawyers are extensively trained in collaborative law and meditation. We can help you and your spouse find ways to divide property, settle on spousal support and come to agreements on child custody, parental responsibilities, and child support.

The Advantages of an Amicable Divorce

Our approach to family law and divorce cases is to be reasonable and negotiate with the opposition. Through our years of experience, we have learned that when clients are willing to discuss the best solutions for their families and work together, rather than argue, they are able to save time, avoid expensive litigation and, perhaps most importantly, control the outcome of their future.

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is an effective means of reaching an agreement where you have control of the outcome. ADR can be accomplished through collaborative law, arbitration or mediation. These methods of conflict resolution use trained professionals to facilitate discussion and decision making between the parties. Often, families that use ADR are able to devise creative solutions to divorce and custody issues without the need for a trial. Avoiding litigation is generally best for families not only because it saves time and money, but also because it is not an adversarial process.

However, we recognize that not all problems can be solved just through ADR. There are circumstances in which a trial is the only option. In these cases, you can rely on our skill and experience as trial attorneys to protect your interests.

To make an appointment, please call our Wheaton uncontested divorce settlement attorneys at 630-871-1002 or contact us online. We have offices in DuPage County and Kendall County.

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