Chicago Uncontested Divorce Attorney Serving Cook County and DuPage County
Divorce may never be an easy choice to make, but the decision to create a healthier, more stable future for you and the ones you care most about can be made with the help of a qualified divorce attorney, like John Fairman.
At Lee & Fairman, LLP, we want to help you get past the emotional and financial challenges of divorce or legal separation and onto a new chapter in your life.
Are you considering divorce and need legal advice regarding your situation?
Contact Lee & Fairman, LLP at 708-799-4848 Homewood or 708-799-4848 Bridgeview or by visiting our Contact page to schedule a free consultation about your end-of-marriage options today.
Responsive Service From a Chicago Uncontested Divorce Attorney
Our family law firm has been assisting clients in Homewood, Illinois, and throughout the Chicago area with both uncontested and contested divorce, as well as legal separation.
Because ending a relationship can be emotionally stressful, many divorces can start out amicable but quickly turn resentful. We understand the pressures that divorce can create, especially when there are children and assets involved.
With more than 50 years of combined legal experience, our accomplished lawyers are committed to working with you through all aspects of your divorce by identifying the related issues that may need to be addressed, including:
- Prenuptial agreements
- Property division
- Child and spousal support
- Custody and visitation
- Domestic violence
Whenever possible, we will strive to help you avoid costly and time-consuming litigation that can have the power to make amiable relationships bitter. While finding reasonable and satisfying solutions through negotiation and mediation is ideal, we understand that not all divorces can be settled out of court.
Our divorce attorneys are competent and persuasive litigators and will aggressively fight for your rights and your best interests if negotiation between both parties is ineffectual.
Chicago Legal Separation vs. Divorce
Legal separation and divorce are different. In that a legal separation does not legally terminate your marriage or your responsibilities to your spouse, like divorce does. When you are legally separated from your spouse, you still share joint liability, meaning you are liable for any debt you have together, etc.
Spouses may opt for a legal separation in order to live separately but still share financial and familial responsibilities and protect their interests until they decide to file for divorce.
Lee & Fairman, LLP can help you learn more about legal separation and if it is right for you and your spouse. Contact us today.
Contact Your Illinois Divorce Attorney Today
We invite you to contact Lee & Fairman, LLP today regarding your divorce or legal separation. Call us at 708-799-4848 Homewood or 708-799-4848 Bridgeview, or visit our Contact page to schedule a free initial consultation. We offer assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Payment plans available. Se habla español.