Easing You Through Collaborative And Uncontested Divorce
Divorce does not have to be an adversarial process. More and more couples are turning toward alternative solutions such as collaborative divorce or mediation to save time, money and stress.
Attorney Monika Blacha founded Blacha Law Office, LLC, with the goal of helping clients find solutions to serious family issues. Our firm uses alternative dispute resolution techniques to help clients reach agreement on issues such as:
If you are going through a divorce in which you and your former partner do not plan to contest the major issues involved, we can assist you with a calm, respectful uncontested divorce.
What Are The Benefits To Uncontested Divorce?
The traditional adversarial approach to divorce can add to cost, stress and make it harder to find a compromise that meets the needs of both parties. Through collaborative law or mediation, you can:
- Preserve amicable relations with your ex
- Keep the divorce arrangement private
- Minimize expenses
- Expedite the divorce process
- Avoid a stressful trial
As a mediator with more than 20 years of experience, Ms. Blacha can bring dignity, respect and predictability to a legal process that is often stressful, costly and unpredictable. We help you craft unique and collaborative solutions that meet your goals.
The Answers You Need About Collaborative Divorce
We understand that deciding the method of your divorce is not easy. To help you understand more about collaborative law, we have answered a few of our clients’ most frequently asked questions below.
What is collaborative divorce?
Collaborative divorce is an innovative divorce method that allows couples to work together to arrive at mutually satisfactory solutions about asset division, alimony, child support and other critical issues.
What is the collaborative divorce process like?
The spouses and their attorneys sit down in a private session at a neutral location. They go over matters such as separate and marital assets, debts, the marital property and the children. Both parties collaborate to decide how to address these concerns. Then, the attorneys draw up a divorce agreement, submit it to the court and finalize the divorce.
Is collaborative divorce for me?
If you are curious about using collaborative law, consider whether these factors apply:
- You and your ex are on respectful terms
- You and your ex can communicate openly
- You are willing to make compromises about certain issues
- You want to avoid traditional litigation
- You want to minimize your expenses, stress and time spent
Do these criteria apply to you? Then a collaborative divorce might be the right solution.
Discuss Collaborative Law And Other Divorce Methods Today
We welcome the opportunity to discuss the uncontested divorce process with you. To schedule a free consultation, call 630-283-1987 or email us. We have offices in Naperville and Joliet, and we serve clients in DuPage, Will, Cook, Kane and Kendall counties. We are also fluent in Polish.