Dedicated Family Law Attorneys Serving Clients in Divorce Proceedings in Schaumburg, Palatine, and Barrington
Going through a divorce is rarely an easy process. For many it is a strong source of anxiety and frustration. In the midst of what can be a difficult and upsetting legal battle between two people, there are also often concerns of what impact the divorce is going to have on any children that the couple shares.
At Glasgow & Olsson, we are dedicated to ensuring that the process goes as smoothly as possible and that you have the best legal representation possible. With decades of experience amongst our excellent firm attorneys, we work with you closely to ensure that you understand all of your options and to ease your concerns. As attorneys also experienced in criminal law, domestic violence, domestic battery, protection orders, and areas of family law such as child custody, alimony, and child support, we are adept at handling difficult family situations where there may be other, more complex factors involved in the divorce. We have been serving clients in Schaumburg, Palatine, and Barrington for decades, and we have earned their trust for a reason. Contact us today for a free consultation so that we can get started helping you.
Divorce in Illinois
If you are contemplating obtaining a divorce in the state of Illinois, you have several options available to you:
- An Uncontested Divorce: When there is agreement on most-all terms, you may want to pursue an uncontested divorce. However, having an experienced family law attorney by your side is still crucial, as there are additional, more complex issues that will come up where there will be disagreement, such as if a foreclosure or mortgage is involved, or a pension, etc.;
- A Contested Divorce: When couples are in disagreement on crucial details such as how to divide assets, split parenting time, etc., the divorce can be contested. There may also be complex business issues involved and/or debt, commingled assets, complex marital assets, etc.;
- Joint Simplified Dissolution: This option is available under specific circumstances, such as when both parties do not have any interest in real property, make less than a certain amount each year, have been married for less than eight years total, etc.
The law also allows you to file for a fault or no fault-based divorce. Those established grounds for divorce include:
- Irreconcilable differences: presumed if the parties have been living separate and apart for a continuous period of no less than six months immediately preceding the marriage dissolution;
- Abandonment (for at least one year);
- Alcohol or drug addiction (for at least two years);
- Attempted murder of the other spouse;
- Extreme, repeated physical and/or mental cruelty;
- A felony (or similar) conviction; and/or
- One spouse infected the other with a sexually transmitted disease.
Contact our Attorneys Today
Regardless of whether you are going through a “simple” divorce, or dealing with multiple issues in the dissolution of your marriage, contact our office for legal assistance today. We serve clients throughout Cook, DuPage, and Kane Counties. Our offices are in Schaumburg, Illinois, and we serve clients in Barrington, Barrington Hills, Geneva, Hoffman Estates, Rolling Meadows, Palatine, Wheaton, and throughout Chicago. Contact us at (847) 577-8700 or online and we can get started helping you.