Our Elmhurst divorce & legal separation attorneys have the experience to make sure your divorce proceeding progresses smoothly. We understand that you want the swiftest outcome, and our experience will insure you'll be put in the best position in your legal separation case. Let us be your advocates so you can move on with your life.
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In this Learn About Law episode, Kevin O'Flaherty covers the pros and cons of collaborative and cooperative divorce.
In this article, our Elmhurst legal separation lawyers discuss the difference between collaborative and cooperative divorce. The primary difference between a Collaborative Law Divorce and a Cooperative Divorce is that the attorneys are not required to sign an agreement requiring them to withdraw as counsel should the cooperative process fail and litigation be required. There are pros and cons to each kind of divorce, and this article covers some of those.
In this Learn About Law episode Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how to file for divorce in Illinois.
Our Elmhurst divorce attorneys discuss how to file a divorce petition in Illinois. Divorce proceedings can be emotional and stressful, and our lawyers can make the process easier. There are a lot of steps that go into filing a petition for dissolution of marriage, so this article aims to outline the main process.
This Learn About Law episode talks about the different types of family mediation and when they can occur.
Family mediation is one of several alternative dispute resolution options available to couples in Illinois seeking to resolve issues involving either a divorce or parenting issues. Other alternatives to litigation include collaborative divorce, cooperative divorce, and arbitration. There are various forms of mediation, such as voluntary and court ordered family mediation. This article by our Elmhurst legal separation attorneys covers what circumstances both may occur.