Resolving A Contested Divorce
If you and your spouse are seeking a simple, straightforward divorce and you agree on all major issues, it is considered an uncontested divorce. If you and your spouse cannot agree on at least one of the issues, it is considered a contested divorce.
Whether you and your spouse are having trouble agreeing on child custody, division of property and debt or other matters, turn to Fawell & Fawell. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your case. Call us at 630-480-6253.
Do You Need Representation In A Contested Divorce?
Attorney Terry Fawell has been practicing for more than 30 years. In that time, she has represented many clients who have gone through the same problems you are facing. At Fawell & Fawell, we know that the situation may seem frustrating. We provide the skilled, attentive legal help you need to reach the fair, workable marital settlement agreement you deserve.
We highly encourage you to work together with your ex-spouse when it comes to resolving child custody disputes. Remember, you both will remain parents of your children, even after the divorce is final. By collaborating on a child custody and parenting agreement, you can help ensure that you and your children will be satisfied with the results.
Other commonly contested divorce issues include:
- Fairly dividing property, including retirement accounts, homes and businesses
- Determining how much child support one parent should pay
- Agreeing on spousal maintenance or alimony payments
Arrange A Free Consultation Today
For a complimentary consultation about your contested divorce in Illinois, contact Fawell & Fawell. From our office in Wheaton, we serve clients in DuPage, Kane and Will counties.