When spouses can agree on all elements of a divorce, including property division, child custody and visitation, and child support, the divorce is considered uncontested. At The Law Office of Clark A. Miljush, I encourage spouses to work together to arrive at a mutual agreement and pursue uncontested divorces whenever possible. This option is always faster and more affordable than a contested divorce. A knowledgeable attorney can efficiently facilitate the divorce agreement, helping you save time, money and emotional distress.
Moline No-Fault Divorce Lawyer
I offer a flat fee for no-fault, uncontested divorces. In Illinois, the grounds for a no-fault divorce are irreconcilable differences. If you and your spouse are ready to proceed with a divorce and have agreed that you do not want to fight, I can help you work out the details and establish the final divorce agreement.
I will help you efficiently come to an amicable agreement on all aspects of the divorce, including:
- Equitable division of property, including bank accounts, real estate, vehicles, retirement accounts and other property
- Child custody matters, including a detailed parenting agreement
- Child support
Sometimes, my clients are already separated from their spouses and have worked out arrangements regarding most of these factors. Others are at the very beginning of the process. No matter what stage you are in, I can step in and assist you.
Contact The Law Office of Clark A. Miljush
To discuss your legal needs with a knowledgeable Rock Island County uncontested divorce lawyer, call 309-752-8500 or send me an email and I will respond promptly. My office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and weekend appointments are available by special request.