Divorce Lawyer in Schaumburg IL

When it comes time to end a marriage, so many questions arise. What if my spouse does not agree to a divorce? How do we determine a fair division of property? If you have children, the questions can be even more complex. Divorce can be an emotional, stressful, and uncertain time.

At the Law Offices of Robert M. Kaplan PC, we work closely with our clients so that we can make the divorce process easier. How we proceed depends upon your goals and desires for the outcome of your divorce. No matter how stressful or complicated it might feel, our highly-skilled attorney can guide you through each part of the process to help you achieve a satisfactory outcome.

 

Uncontested Divorce

No divorce is ever simple. Just because both parties agree that it is time to end a marriage does not mean that it will be easy. However, some parties agree on every issue of the divorce, making the legalities less complex. We are ready to assist you in filing all of the paperwork necessary to make your uncontested divorce legal. When both parties agree on each aspect of the division of property, child custody, child support, and any spousal maintenance, you can save time and money in legal fees.

Our professional team will help your uncontested divorce go as smoothly and as efficiently as possible.

Contested Divorce

If both parties cannot agree on every aspect of the divorce, then the divorce is considered contested. The level of complexity depends on the disputes between parties. At the Divorce Lawyer SchaumburgLaw Offices of Robert Kaplan PC, we have experience with even the most complex cases, so you can feel confident that we will work toward the best solution possible and achieve resolution in a timely fashion.

Even if one or both spouses own a small to medium-sized business, Robert Kaplan PC has experience in the successful division of property. He is experienced in divorce cases that involve large amounts of debt and even bankruptcy.

Maintenance and Child Support 

Often, one spouse is required to provide financial maintenance (formerly known as alimony) and support to another after their divorce. If a question of maintenance arises, we can help the parties come to a reasonable solution so that the divorce can move toward a final resolution.

Child support is the continued financial support of children after divorce and varies depending on income and custody arrangements. We can help you to determine what the requirements will be for both parties so that you can effectively plan your financial future for yourself and your children. 

Call Us for a Free Consultation

Call our Schaumburg law office to schedule a free legal consultation to discuss divorce or any other type of family law and the options available to you. We serve cook county and provide legal counsel to people in Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, and Rolling Meadows. We look forward to helping you navigate this difficult time so that you can begin the next chapter of your life.