What County must I File in?
Answer: You may file your divorce in the county in which either you or your spouse is residing at the time of the filing.
For More Information:
- 11 Key Questions Most People Ask
- Your Initial Office Consultation
- Our Non-Court Approach
- 6 Divorce Law Myth Busters
- 9 Things to Consider at the Start of Your Divorce
- Grounds for Divorce (The Scoop on No-Fault)
- Child Support
- Spousal Support (Alimony / Maintenance)
- Dividing Your Property
- Litigation (Going to Court)
- Family Law and Kids – Child Custody and Visitation
- Cooperative Divorce Law
- Collaborative Divorce Law
- Divorce Mediation
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Richard and Kari are staunch advocates of the non-court approach to divorce, and are also active and seasoned litigators with over 60 years of combined trial experience in the Illinois divorce courts of Cook, DuPage, and Will counties.
1 S 660 Midwest Road Suite 320 Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181See Map and Directions to our office