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Divorce Attorneys Will County

Divorce Attorneys Will County

If you are contemplating a divorce, you are likely going through a difficult experience. While it’s impossible to predict exactly how your divorce will proceed, working closely with an experienced divorce attorney in Will County from the outset will help protect your rights and best interests throughout the divorce process.

Your Divorce Case

The crux of your divorce involves you and your divorcing spouse coming to terms that you can both accept relating to four critical matters that include:

These make up the main critical components of many divorces – although, obviously, not every divorce incorporates all four.

Reaching a Satisfactory Agreement with Your Spouse

If you and your divorcing spouse – with the help of your attorneys – can reach an agreement on all of the major components of divorce that apply to your case, it will very likely shorten the time it takes you to finalize your divorce and can minimize your legal costs. Even if you and your divorcing spouse can only agree on some of the issues, it still means that there will be fewer details for the court to work out on your behalf. 

Methods for Finding a Middle Ground

The best path forward with divorce is often for you and your spouse to somehow meet in the middle. After all, you understand your situation far better than the judge ever could, and you’re far better qualified to make important decisions on your own behalf. There are several means that you can use to attempt to reach an agreement with your spouse, including:

  • You can try to talk it out between the two of you. Some divorcing couples are able to cooperate with each other during the divorce process, and some are not. Even if you are only able to reach an agreement on one or two issues, it still leaves you ahead of the game. 
  • You can allow your respective divorce attorneys to skillfully negotiate for terms that you can both agree to.
  • You can allow a mediator to employ his or her mediation skills to help you find answers that you are both willing to sign off on, with the guidance and advice of your attorney. 

If all of these methods are unsuccessful, you’ll probably need to turn to the court to finalize your divorce. If your case seems to be moving inevitably toward court, you want to ensure your attorney is a skilled divorce litigator who can protect your interests before the judge, as the outcome will then be out of your control.

Work Closely with an Experienced Divorce Attorney in Will County

Divorce is one of life’s most difficult transitions, but the dedicated legal team at Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino in Will County, Illinois, is committed to helping you obtain divorce terms that protect your rights into the future and that are a good fit for you and your children. Our experienced divorce attorneys are on your side, so please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information today.

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We are closely observing the situation regarding COVID-19 and taking all necessary steps to protect the health and safety of our clients and employees. All staff are following strict hygiene and cleaning procedures and following recommendations to limit the risk of exposure.

Because our services require close contact and interaction with our clients, we are acting with extreme caution to prevent further spread of the disease. If you are having symptoms of illness or may have been exposed to the virus, please contact us to reschedule your services. Our staff will be happy to assist you.

We are deemed an "essential business" under the Governor's Shelter-in-Place Order, and thus we will continue to remain open and provide services to our existing and new clients during this shutdown. In an effort to remain compliant with the social distancing directives of the CDC, and the Governor's Order, we are closing the lobby of our offices to outside visitors.

Our Joliet and Morris offices will remain open and staffed with attorneys and paralegals, and we will remain available to our clients by telephone, email, or video conferencing at the hours listed below:

Joliet: Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Morris: Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m.

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