Uncontested & Complex Divorces
Divorce can be an emotionally and financially difficult process even when spouses generally agree on the major issues. Unfortunately, an amicable out-of-court settlement isn’t always going to happen.
High-asset divorce cases, for example, often end up in litigation because of the financial stakes for both parties. Divorces where there is a large disparity in income or earning capacity are frequently contested too, as are cases involving allegations of abuse or domestic violence. There are also divorce cases that end up in court simply because of hostility between the parties.
Whatever the situation or reason, the Wright Law Office is fully prepared to litigate in court to achieve an outcome that is fair to you.
Comprehensive Divorce Representation
Whenever we take on these types of complex divorce cases, we conduct a full accounting of the marital assets, including real estate, business interests, investment holdings, retirement benefits, insurance, stock options and more. We work with investigators during this process to find out if there are hidden assets and make certain that we know the full value of each item for purposes of property division. We carefully consider issues of spousal support (maintenance/alimony) and child support as well, and also factor in marital debt to make certain our clients are not forced to take on a disproportionate share of those obligations.
Our goal in each instance is simply to achieve the fairest possible resolution for our clients as quickly as possible.
Legal Guidance In Uncontested Divorce Cases
We prefer to settle divorce cases out of court whenever possible. We have found that when a divorcing couple comes to an agreement regarding the settlement, it’s better for the welfare of everyone concerned. This is particularly true of divorces with children involved. Out-of-court settlements also save time and money and are less stressful than the litigation process.
But even in the so-called simple divorce — there are many decisions to be made, including how assets and debts will be divided and, if children are involved, how custody and support arrangements will be handled.
Attorney John D. Wright takes a personal, compassionate approach to family law matters and will work hard to protect your family’s future. He can guide you through this process and help you make the decisions that are right for you every step of the way.
Contact Our Lawyer To Learn More
To arrange a consultation with an experienced divorce lawyer, call our Bloomington office at 309-663-7200 or contact us online. Our legal fees are reasonable, and we offer flexible scheduling and will work with you to find a time that fits your needs.