Law Offices of Robert M. Kaplan, P.C.
Schaumburg Family Law Attorney

What does contested mean in a divorce?

Contested in a divorce means one spouse or sometimes both do not agree on specific stipulations or aspects included in the divorce. For example, the parties may not agree on property division or financial obligations. And what if there are children or a business? A contested divorce can be expensive, stressful, and prolong the process.

About Attorney Robert M. Kaplan

Robert M. Kaplan understands the complexities of divorce and can help you navigate through the process. In addition, he has years of experience dealing with the intricacies of separating your union. So when you choose Robert M. Kaplan, you can rest easy knowing that you have experience on your side.

Dissolving a marriage is stressful on its own, but even more so when you feel overwhelmed, lost, and unsure of how to recover the things you need and have worked for as you move through the process. Robert M. Kaplan is with you every step, advising and filing all paperwork on your behalf. He is your lawyer and is dedicated to helping you reach your goals during this difficult time.

Are You Looking for a Top Divorce Lawyer in Schaumburg, IL?

If you’re divorcing, Robert M. Kaplan is here to help you through the process. If you would like to arrange a consultation or have any questions, give us a call today. We work with clients in all locations, including those throughout Cook County.

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