Illinois Collaborative Divorce Lawyer, Erin Birt, is specially trained in Illinois collaborative divorce law practices. As an Illinois collaborative divorce lawyer, Ms. Birt frequently works with clients that recognize the importance of resolving family disputes privately and without the threat of going to court.
The Illinois collaborative divorce law process starts when each party is represented by an Illinois collaborative divorce lawyer. The time efficient and time effective negotiation skills of a collaborative divorce lawyer helps the couple navigate complex Illinois divorce issues in less time and for less cost than a typical litigated divorce.
The Illinois collaborative divorce law process may include the use of a proactive team to provide the couple with unbiased professional assistance. The proactive team may include a child specialist, divorce coach, or a financial specialist.
The Illinois Collaborative Divorce process is appropriate for couples:
- who want a civilized, respectful resolution of the issues;
- who are willing to focus on solutions rather than on blame or revenge;
- who need to maintain a productive working relationship with their (ex) spouses;
- who will be co-parenting and want to protect the child/ren from the negative impact associated with litigation;
- who want to create the terms of their divorce settlement rather than turning control over to a judge;
- who value privacy.
To learn more about Illinois collaborative divorce law and its benefits, please download a free Collaborative Divorce Knowledge Kit. The kit answers many of the common questions about Collaborative Divorce and how it has benefited real families.
Illinois Collaborative Divorce Lawyer, Erin Birt, serves clients in Wheaton, Glen Ellyn, Naperville, Warrenville, Winfield, Carol Stream, Bloomingdale, Lombard, Elmhurst, Downers Grove, and Oak Brook as well as other cities located in DuPage County. We have experience serving clients in Cook County, Will County, and Kane County.
In this kit you will receive:
- The “Collaborative Divorce vs. Litigation Divorce” comparison
- Case Studies that hightlight the flexible, solution-oriented process of Collaborative Divorce
- General Information about the Collaborative Practice model and how it can benefit you