If you want to start an uncontested divorce in Champaign or Sangamon county, we can help you get that done – for a flat fee. Check out this article for a bit more information.

Flat fees for divorce by agreement

In both Champaign and Sangamon counties, we offer representation for a flat fee.

This allows clients to pay one fee that covers court costs, and representation by an attorney.

We can do this because we have simplified the process for an uncontested divorce in Illinois. In fact, almost all clients need to make only one trip to court!

Locations of the courts

Both Champaign and Sangamon counties have only one location for their “divorce court.”

Champaign County divorce court, in Urbana:

Sangamon County divorce court, in Springfield, Illinois:

How long does it take to get an uncontested divorce?

An uncontested divorce in the Illinois counties of Champaign and Sangamon can be fairly quick – certainly quicker than fighting in court!

Normally, an uncontested divorce takes one to two months from start to finish. How long it takes depends upon the following factors:

  1. How quickly you give necessary information to your uncontested divorce lawyer
  2. The complexity of your case
  3. How quickly you and your spouse sign necessary documents
  4. The court’s processing time for various documents
  5. The court’s availability for a court date to finalize your case

Agreement makes an uncontested divorce possible

An uncontested divorce is possible when people are in agreement. And agreement is the reasons an uncontested divorce can be fast, and affordable.

Many people search for “divorce lawyer near me.” If you are one of them, then I bet you want to start an uncontested divorce in Illinois with a lawyer in your area. But now more than ever, it might not matter so much if you hire a lawyer right down the street. Read more about how to use a lawyer that leverages technology to get an uncontested divorce during the Covid 19 pandemic.

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Do you want to know how to start an uncontested divorce in Illinois? If so, then you need to know a lot more than just how to start the process. As one of the leading uncontested divorce lawyers in Illinois, I’ve written this FAQ article about uncontested divorce in Illinois.

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It’s divorce time. January through March are the most popular months to file for divorce in Illinois. And if you want an uncontested divorce in Illinois, your divorce can also be finalized during that time. If you want to get a fresh start, start your divorce and begin your new life. As a flat fee divorce lawyer in Chicago, I can help you move on quickly, and affordably.

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