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St. Charles, Illinois Divorce Attorneys

Kane County Attorneys Serving the Tri-Cities / Fox River Valley

The divorce attorneys of Weiler & Lengle understand that very few of life's traumas are as devastating as a divorce. A divorce is second only to the death of a loved one. And, like an individual coping with a death in the family, an individual experiencing a divorce needs to go through the steps of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and finally acceptance. If the divorce has come as a surprise to you, you may be in the early stages of the process. Even if you have been anticipating the divorce for some time, you may drift back and forth between the steps.

For these reasons, we consider it our first job simply to listen to you. Our commitments to clients are clear: we will offer you the best legal advice possible after understanding your goals and priorities. How to proceed is always up to you. But we'll be certain that you understand the likely outcome of your choices.

We encourage you to read more about What to Expect from Our Divorce Attorneys. If you are not already represented by an Illinois family law firm and would like to have your case evaluated by an experienced divorce lawyer, please contact us and we will respond promptly. Based in St. Charles, our Kane County attorneys serve families throughout the Tri-City / Fox River Valley area.

What to Expect from Our Attorneys

At our first meeting, we will take the time to listen to you. We want to get to know you and what is important to you so we can guide you to the best possible resolution of your case. Read More

Cost of Divorce

At the conclusion of your initial consultation, we will discuss fees in detail. Weiler & Lengle’s divorce attorneys charge by the hour for our work. Due to the difficult nature of family law litigation, we cannot predict the amount of time… Read More

Property Division

In any Illinois divorce, the spouses will need to divide their property and debts. In the vast majority of cases, our divorce lawyers are able to help the parties negotiate a property settlement agreement and a trial is not required. Our success with… Read More

Judicial Settlement Conferences

Nearly every Illinois divorce case, at some point in time, is going to involve a settlement conference. A settlement conference can take the form of an informal meeting between the parties and their divorce attorneys, a mediation, or a more formal co… Read More

Divorce Checklist

In Illinois, both parties to a dissolution of marriage are required to complete comprehensive financial discovery. The checklist includes list of documents that will be needed to complete this discovery. Read More

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