Tax Refund? Pay for Uncontested Divorce

Death, and taxes. Two things you can’t escape. But luckily, escaping from your marriage can be easier than you think. And affordable. In fact, an uncontested divorce in Illinois can often be paid for entirely by someone’s tax refund.

If you are getting a tax refund and want to get divorced quickly in Illinois, you can contact me, and check out this article for a few tips. It can be fairly quick and affordable.

Here a few things you should know about starting a quick and affordable uncontested divorce in Illinois.

Flat fee? No problem.

Because of the system I use, I can offer a flat fee for an uncontested divorce in Illinois. Some people think that if they pay a flat fee, they don’t get to speak to a lawyer. That’s not the case.

Unlike many charging a flat fee, I can actually provide legal counseling for a flat fee. Sure, it’s not unlimited. But I’m trying to help people get divorced, for a flat fee – while making smart decisions.

Starting can be easy.

Coming to a decision to start an uncontested divorce in Illinois can be hard.

But actually starting the divorce is easy. In fact, I could have your case filed in about a half hour.

However, there is more to a case than simply filing a divorce. And that’s where a lawyer comes in.

Divorce can be easier than taxes.

While we’re on the subject of paying for divorce with a tax refund, it occurred to me that getting divorced can be easier than doing one’s taxes.

You might now know this, but I often have clients that complete their uncontested divorce in about one month – from start to finish.

Many people have a hard time understanding their tax returns if they have any assets and anything other than a W-2 job. In contrast, I find most people can easily understand the settlement agreements I draft for an uncontested divorce in Illinois.

Uncontested divorce all over Illinois

I represent clients primarily in the Illinois counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will. However, I have also assisted people in Champaign county.

Regardless of where you live in Illinois, uncontested divorce is an option for you – if you can come to an agreement with your spouse.