The Process of Divorce

What is the divorce process like? Divorce is never an easy process. However, there is an “easier” way and a “harder” way to obtain a divorce. The easier way involves the parties negotiating a separation agreement, which is a contract dealing with all matters of property division, alimony, child custody and child support. The parties work out any differences they may have by negotiating between themselves or by having their lawyers negotiate for them. The lawyers then draft an agreement [...]

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Mediation Wedding Crashers Style

Why is mediation better than going through litigation in the Courts? Using mediation to negotiate a divorce agreement is almost always going to take less time, cost less, and result in a more solid agreement than using a lawyer to take the same case through the courts. When you are going to have an ongoing relationship with your ex-spouse, such as when you have kids together, mediation can help to improve communication and make your future interactions a little bit [...]

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Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce can be a cutting edge means for low conflict parents to resolve custody and financial issues without need for court litigation, and the high costs and stress that accompany divorce litigation. Contact Michael Roe at (630) 232-2400 for more information about the lower cost, lower stress alternative to conventional divorce. www.illinois-attorney.net

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  • The Process of Divorce

    The Process of Divorce

    What is the divorce process like? Divorce is never an easy process. However, there is an “easier” way and a “harder” way to obtain a divorce. The easier way involves the parties negotiating a separation agreement, which is a contract dealing with all matters of property division, alimony, child custody and child support. The parties work out any differences they may have by negotiating between themselves or by having their lawyers negotiate for them. The lawyers then draft an agreement [...]

    Continue reading »

  • Mediation Wedding Crashers Style

    Mediation Wedding Crashers Style

    Why is mediation better than going through litigation in the Courts? Using mediation to negotiate a divorce agreement is almost always going to take less time, cost less, and result in a more solid agreement than using a lawyer to take the same case through the courts. When you are going to have an ongoing relationship with your ex-spouse, such as when you have kids together, mediation can help to improve communication and make your future interactions a little bit [...]

    Continue reading »

  • Collaborative Divorce

    Collaborative Divorce

    Collaborative Divorce can be a cutting edge means for low conflict parents to resolve custody and financial issues without need for court litigation, and the high costs and stress that accompany divorce litigation. Contact Michael Roe at (630) 232-2400 for more information about the lower cost, lower stress alternative to conventional divorce. www.illinois-attorney.net

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  • The Process of Divorce

    The Process of Divorce

    What is the divorce process like? Divorce is never an easy process. However, there is an “easier” way and a “harder” way to obtain a divorce. The easier way involves the parties negotiating a separation agreement, which is a contract dealing with all matters of property division, alimony, child custody and child support. The parties work out any differences they may have by negotiating between themselves or by having their lawyers negotiate for them. The lawyers then draft an agreement [...]

    Continue reading »

  • Mediation Wedding Crashers Style

    Mediation Wedding Crashers Style

    Why is mediation better than going through litigation in the Courts? Using mediation to negotiate a divorce agreement is almost always going to take less time, cost less, and result in a more solid agreement than using a lawyer to take the same case through the courts. When you are going to have an ongoing relationship with your ex-spouse, such as when you have kids together, mediation can help to improve communication and make your future interactions a little bit [...]

    Continue reading »

  • Collaborative Divorce

    Collaborative Divorce

    Collaborative Divorce can be a cutting edge means for low conflict parents to resolve custody and financial issues without need for court litigation, and the high costs and stress that accompany divorce litigation. Contact Michael Roe at (630) 232-2400 for more information about the lower cost, lower stress alternative to conventional divorce. www.illinois-attorney.net

    Continue reading »

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Law Offices of Michael F. Roe, PC (630) 232-2400

Practice Areas

Divorce
Collaborative Divorce
Child Custody
Borderline Personalities
Domestic Violence
Fathers and Custody
Child Support
Division of Property
Parentage (Paternity)
Post Divorce Issues
Interstate and International Removal

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