Dissolving Your Marriage in a Non-Adversarial Manner
When spouses decide to part ways amicably, they can file an uncontested divorce. This means they are in agreement on major issues involving children and finances and are committed to a non-adversarial marriage dissolution. This type of divorce allows a couple to end their marriage quickly and in a cost-effective manner.
Attorney Robert Schmit has handled thousands of divorce cases. Having practiced law for more than 30 years, he has dedicated the past two decades to helping clients get through divorce so they can move on to the next chapter of their lives. To discuss your specific situation during a free initial consultation, call 708-923-6340.
Finding Mutually Beneficial Solutions
Uncontested divorces are typically considered simple divorces. In this process, the spouses are in agreement on all issues, including:
An uncontested divorce is an attractive process for many people who want to dissolve the marriage quickly and at a reasonable cost, as well as maintain control over the outcome. However, this can only take place if both spouses agree to the divorce and there are no disputes over the division of marital property or any issues related to children. In these cases, Mr. Schmit can only represent one party; the other spouse can approve the documents, but still retains the right to consult his or her own attorney, if they wish.
Experienced Cook County Divorce Lawyer
Robert Schmit represents the Petitioner in an uncontested divorce for a reasonable and competitive fixed fee, which includes court costs. He drafts all the necessary paperwork and accompanies the Petitioner to court for a brief hearing and for the approval and entry of the divorce decree. To speak with Mr. Schmit about your uncontested divorce, please request a free initial consultation.
Representing clients in Chicago, as well as the south, west and southwest suburbs of Chicago, Robert Schmit is based in Palos Heights, Illinois. His office is located next to the Lake Katherine Nature Preserve. Evening consultations are available by request.