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Divorce Attorney in Naperville, Illinois

Divorce can be confusing without legal expertise, and when parties are unable to communicate effectively and respectfully, it prevents resolution. Attorney Borsellino's background in the legal and counseling arena brings a different level of insight into the art and importance of communication, and she is dedicated to bridging this gap for clients during the divorce process. Reach out if you're in need of a mediator in Naperville, Illinois, or the surrounding areas of Joliet, Kendall County, DuPage County, or Will County.

You Don’t Have to Navigate This on Your Own

Borsellino Law & Mediation, LLC will work with you to develop an individualized approach that takes into account your family, your goals, your concerns, and your vision for the future. A skilled divorce attorney can help with the following issues:

  • Contested and uncontested divorce

  • Legal Separation

  • High-asset divorce

  • Same-sex divorce matters and LGBTQ divorce

  • Spousal support (formerly “alimony”)

  • Asset division

  • Child support

  • Support modifications

  • Allocation of Parental Responsibilities (formerly “custody”)

  • Parental rights and visitation agreements

  • Establishing paternity

  • Post-divorce matters

  • Self-employment issues

  • Mediation

  • Abuse and neglect matters

  • Post-decree modifications

  • Contribution toward college expenses

  • Reunification Counseling

  • Supervised Parenting Time

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Can I File for Divorce if My Spouse Is Not in Agreement?

Yes. Each party is entitled to file for divorce despite one spouse’s wishes to remain married. In the event the spouse does not participate in the proceedings, there is an option to proceed by default. Schedule a consultation to discuss the process of divorce based on your individual circumstances.

Do I Have to Be Separated Before I Can File for Divorce?

No. The statute requires a period of separation that does not require the parties to be physically separated in different houses. Rather, it uses a separation date of when the parties began living separate lives and no longer wished to be married. The parties can continue to cohabitate during the pendency of the divorce proceedings. Schedule a consultation to discuss the issue of separation and application time frame based on your individual circumstances.

How Long Will the Divorce Take?

Every case is unique, so there is no blanket timeline as several factors contribute to how quickly (and costly) the case may be resolved. Some of these factors include the court’s availability, the cooperation of the parties and attorneys, the complexity of financial matters, whether there are children involved, and any immediate safety concerns. Schedule a consultation to discuss a projected time frame based on your individual circumstances.

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For more information about how Borsellino Law & Mediation, LLC can help with your divorce or family law dispute, don't hesitate to reach out. If you're in Naperville, Illinois, Joliet, Kendall County, DuPage County, Will County, or the surrounding areas, schedule a meeting with a skilled attorney today.