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Divorce Attorneys Near Me

Divorce Attorneys Near Me

At Hammer Serna & Quinn, LLC, our nearby divorce attorneys are zealous, solutions-driven advocates for clients. With experience handling the full spectrum of family law cases, our law firm is available to help you navigate all aspects of the divorce process. If you have any questions about divorce in Illinois, we are more than happy to help. To schedule a confidential consultation with a local divorce lawyer, please contact our Chicago law office today. 

An Overview of Divorce in Illinois

If you are preparing to end your marriage, it is crucial that you know your rights and duties under the relevant law in your local area. For the most part, divorce cases fall under state law. Some key things to know about divorce in Illinois are as follows: 

  • No Fault: Fault-based divorce no longer exists in Illinois. Under state law, all divorces are now finalized on the no-fault grounds of irreconcilable differences. The court does not assign “blame” for the breakdown of a marriage. 
  • 90 Days of Residency: You can file for divorce in Illinois regardless of where you originally got married. However, you or your spouse must have lived in the county that you are filing in for at least 90 days. If you do not meet the residency requirement, you cannot file for divorce in Illinois. 
  • Uncontested or Contested: A divorce may be uncontested or contested in Illinois. An uncontested divorce is essentially a “settled’ divorce. The couple reaches their own out-of-court agreement. The contrast is a contested divorce, which requires an Illinois court to weigh in on one or more key matters. 

How the Chicago Divorce Lawyers at  Hammer Serna & Quinn Can Help

Ending a marriage is hard—even when you know it is the right decision. There are a lot of legal and logistical considerations. You do not have to go through the process alone. At Hammer Serna & Quinn, LLC, we have the professional expertise that you can trust. When you call our Chicago office, you will have a chance to consult with a nearby divorce attorney who can: 

  • Conduct a comprehensive, confidential evaluation of your case; 
  • Answer the questions you have about the Illinois divorce process
  • Investigate the matter—gathering the evidence you need to move forward;
  • Handle all of the divorce paperwork; and 
  • Represent you in settlement negotiations and (if needed) divorce litigation.  

Contact Our Chicago, IL Divorce Attorney Today

At Hammer Serna & Quinn, LLC, our Chicago divorce lawyers provide pragmatic, forward-focused guidance and support to our clients. If you are preparing for divorce, we are here to help. Give us a call or connect with us online for a strictly confidential consultation. From our Chicago law office, we provide family & divorce representation in Cook County and throughout Northern Illinois. 

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Call or email Hammer Serna & Quinn, LLC today to schedule a consultation.

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