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O’Fallon Uncontested Divorce Attorney
How to Resolve Divorce Without Going to Court
While divorce is usually the result of conflicts between spouses, the divorce process itself does not have to be adversarial. At Winghaven Law, LLC, we recommend that divorcing couples first attempt a collaborative approach, as it encourages a dissolution that’s free from bitterness, anger, or resentment. Furthermore, the uncontested nature of these types of divorces allows for resolution outside of court.
With a certified guardian ad litem and a certified mediator on our team, our O'Fallon divorce lawyers have the tools necessary to facilitate a collaborative divorce on your behalf.
Uncontested divorces use negotiation and compromise to establish a friendly and collaborative environment. While there are many benefits to this type of divorce, it cannot work unless both spouses are committed to working together to effectuate an amicable divorce.
What Are the Advantages of an Uncontested Divorce?
While few divorces have absolutely no disagreements, these disputes don't necessarily have to be resolved in court. An uncontested divorce is essentially a divorce where the spouses can reach an agreement as to the terms of their divorce without engaging in a drawn-out court battle.
Other benefits of a uncontested divorce, include:
- You have more control over the outcome of your divorce
- You are not at the mercy of a judge
- It is a lot less expensive than litigation
- It moves swiftly through the courts instead of having to deal with the court's busy timetable
- It involves significantly less stress and anxiety
- You are playing an active role in your divorce
- Your children will benefit because you will not be engaged in a heated battle with their other parent
- Working together simply makes life easier on everyone
Proudly Serving St. Charles County
At Winghaven Law, LLC, we are on your side, and we act as your resource, educator, and advocate during the divorce process. With years of experience, we know when to anticipate conflicts and how to foster stability, especially during emotionally charged situations.
Why choose Winghaven Law, LLC?
- Attorney Wendy Corley is a certified guardian ad litem
- Both of our attorneys are frequent speakers and moderators for continuing legal education courses
- We warmly offer FREE case evaluations to all prospective clients
Regardless of the course of your divorce case, we remain committed to finding effective ways to assist you and your spouse in reaching agreements and overcoming obstacles. We are here to keep the peace between you and your spouse, all while keeping your best interests in mind.
Contact our O'Fallon divorce firm to schedule a complimentary consultation with one of our divorce attorneys!
"Wendy is a founding member of Winghaven Law, LLC. and she is committed to your case. Her distinct background of training and experience sets her apart from most attorneys. As a former prosecutor, Ms. Corley has substantial trial and courtroom experience. She understands that preparation, diligence and superior knowledge of the law are vital to obtain a successful outcome from a judge or jury. While litigation skills and experience are essential, Ms. Corley more importantly understands the value and necessity of evaluating each and every case to determine the most efficient and cost-effective manner of resolution possible for the client."
About Our Firm
At Winghaven Law, LLC, we specialize in handling complex family law cases, including divorce, child custody disputes, and support orders, and our experienced team is dedicated to fighting for your rights and ensuring that your future is protected at every stage of your case, providing you with personalized, diligent legal assistance during this challenging time.
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Family law matters can be emotionally challenging and legally complex, but with our dedicated team by your side, you'll have the support and expertise needed to navigate these issues and secure the best outcome for your family.
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