Divorce litigation can take time and can be expensive. We understand that most clients want the case to end as quickly as possible and do not want to go to trial. Not surprisingly, many divorce cases are concluded with a settlement agreement. These settlement agreements can resolve all of the financial issues raised by a divorce and the child custody and visitation issues (if the parties have children). If settlement is an option you want to pursue, we will work with you to develop a fair and reasonable settlement agreement. We will work with you to develop an agreement that you find acceptable, and will pursue your goals throughout the settlement process. If your spouse proposes an agreement, you will have the final say as to whether or not you are comfortable accepting any such agreement.
To find out more about how the attorneys at the Law Offices of George M. Sanders, P.C., can help you reach a divorce settlement agreement, contact us at 312-624-7656 to schedule an initial consultation.
Our law firm’s founding attorney comes from a large firm background. In fact, much of attorney George M. Sander’s 20-plus-year legal career was spent working for large law firms in Chicago and New York. In that setting, he saw how the expenses of running such a large organization were passed on to clients in the form of high fees, while their cases were often passed on to less experienced attorneys. He has come to believe that small firms, such as the one he currently operates, are uniquely capable of providing strong representation and giving their clients the opportunity to know who is handling their case.
At our law firm, we understand that divorce is a complicated matter. Our lawyers strive to make certain that, when the process has concluded, you will walk away with a divorce settlement that is appropriate and fair. Your settlement, if you choose to go that route, will include all of your property and you will have had the final say as to whether or not the agreement is appropriate for you.
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