Chicago and Dallas/Ft. Worth Divorce Lawyers
At Toro Law, we have years of experience handling separation, divorce, and child custody and support issues throughout Illinois and Texas. In some cases, a divorce can be quite dry and straightforward, whereas others are more complicated, especially when children and assets are involved. When you get married, the last thing you think about is the union ending in divorce. However, an estimated 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States get divorced. The divorce rate for second, third, or even fourth marriages is even higher than this. We understand the sensitive nature of these cases and will do everything we can to guide you through the entire process. If you are considering divorce in Illinois or Texas, or if your spouse has filed for divorce, contact experienced divorce attorney Moises Briseño and Associates at Toro Law immediately to schedule a consultation to discuss your case.
Some of the various types of divorce cases that we handle at Toro Law include:
- Contested divorce
- Uncontested divorce
- High net worth divorces
- Divorce mediation
- Legal separation
- Fault and no-fault divorce
- Collaborative divorce
- Default divorce
- Simple divorce
- Same-sex divorce
To learn more about each of these different types of divorce, please contact our law firm today. The strategy we will use moving forward with your divorce proceedings will depend on the unique circumstances surrounding your case. We understand that every individual and every couple is different, which is why we strive to listen closely to our clients and develop the best plan of action for their needs. We speak fluent English and Spanish and are dedicated to helping clients of all different backgrounds through this difficult time.
Understanding the Divorce Process
In Illinois and Texas, the divorce process is handled at the state level. It is important to keep in mind that divorce laws vary from state to state, which is just one reason why it is beneficial to retain the services of an experienced divorce attorney. Illinois and Texas are among two of many states that offer “no fault” divorce. This means that you are not required to prove that your spouse did anything wrong, but rather you must give any reason that the state will honor the divorce to be valid. Some of the grounds for divorce that are recognized include cruelty, adultery, conviction of a felony, abandonment, legally separated, confinement in a mental hospital, and irreconcilable differences.
To learn more about the specific divorce process in Illinois or Texas, or if you have any questions about what to expect when filing for divorce, contact experienced divorce attorney Moises Briseño and Associates at Toro Law immediately to schedule a consultation to discuss your case. We have an extensive understanding of the divorce laws in Illinois and Texas and would be happy to sit down with you to discuss your case. We understand how sensitive and emotional divorce cases can be and we will do everything we can to make the proceedings as straightforward as possible. We are here to support your needs and best interests when in the middle of a divorce.