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Attorneys for Divorce Matters in Kane County

Kane County divorce attorney

Divorce Lawyers Serving Clients in Aurora, Geneva, and Throughout Illinois

No matter how long you have been married, getting a divorce can be supremely challenging in many ways. Separating a marital estate is not easy, and neither is making decisions about how to co-parent. With experienced and knowledgeable legal representation, however, a difficult task can be made as efficient as possible. That is our goal at the Kane County divorce law firm of Goostree Law Group We aim to make the divorce process as painless as possible while protecting our clients’ rights and fighting to achieve their objectives. Whether you are already involved in divorce proceedings or you are in the early divorce planning stage, we can help get you through this challenging time.

Experienced Divorce Representation in Kane County

In Illinois, the process of getting a divorce is called dissolution of marriage and most of the laws pertaining to divorce are found in the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (750 ILCS 5). Our attorneys are highly knowledgeable about Illinois divorce law, and we use our knowledge to help find creative solutions to divorce-related disputes including:

Our attorneys are skilled negotiators and strive to reach a mutually acceptable settlement wherever possible. There are a number of benefits to settling a divorce through negotiation or mediation such as:

  • Saving time – Going to trial can stretch out the time it takes to reach a resolution by months and sometimes years.
  • Saving money – Attorney fees add up over a lengthy litigation.
  • Minimizing contentiousness – The adversarial nature of litigation often invites combativeness rather than compromise. A contentious battle is harmful to any children involved as well as to both spouses.
  • Preventing some stress – Worrying about the ultimate outcome of the divorce over a long period of time is extremely stressful.
  • Maintaining control – When you go to trial, you relinquish control of the outcome to the judge.
  • Maintaining privacy – Dissolving a marriage is intensely personal. Litigating divorce disputes exposes private matters to the court.
  • Preserving an amicable co-parenting relationship – After an acrimonious trial, coming together to co-parent amicably can be very difficult.

While a successful settlement is the preferred resolution, we understand that is not always possible. There are many times when one or more issues cannot be resolved through negotiation or mediation. Our attorneys are always prepared to strongly advocate for our clients’ interests before a judge. We are skilled and experienced litigators, and we fight for our clients in court.

If you are considering filing for divorce or you are already a part of divorce proceedings, contact us at 630-584-4800 to schedule a free consultation. We will meet with you and discuss your legal options moving forward. Our firm handles cases in Northern Illinois including Kane County and the surrounding areas.

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