Settlement or Trial
Our Illinois Family Lawyers Help You In Court
In every case, settlement talks are necessary. These talks help determine
which issues are easily resolved and which are not and could possibly
avoid costly litigation in front of a judge. No case needs to go to trial
on every issue, and
a good Illinois divorce attorney can strive to settle and save you time and money.
After the evidence is gathered, if the facts are clear, the case can usually
settle. Not all evidence, however, is unambiguous and the application
of the law is not always black and white. For example, some cases do not
settle until just before trial because the parties were just not emotionally
ready to stop fighting and move on.
When you have a complicated case that requires the skill of an experienced
family lawyer, Wakenight & Associates, P.C. can help. We have offices in
Elmhurst, Burr Ridge, St. Charles, Northbrook, Schaumburg, or Chicago Loop.
Preparing for Trial
The best way to settle a case is to prepare for trial. If you fail to prepare,
you prepare to fail. When your opponent can see that you are not ready
for trial, it encourages your opponent to
not settle and instead to go on to fight you in court.
Preparation for trial can be time-consuming and tedious. This includes:
- Documentary evidence, the most common evidence used in divorce cases
- Review and analysis of thousands of papers
- Presentation of hundreds of pieces of evidence
- An in-depth knowledge of the law
It is always in your best interest to seek help from a trained professional.
At Wakenight & Associates, P.C.,
our experienced Illinois divorce attorneys are well-equipped to help you in or out of court, no matter how complicated
your case may be.
Multiple Locations to Serve You
No matter where you reside in Illinois, our firm is dedicated to helping
you and your family. We work hard to protect your best interests.
For a free phone consultation with our family lawyers,
contact Wakenight & Associates, P.C. online or call any one of our locations:
- In Cook County: (708) 480-9651
- In DuPage, Kane, or Kendall Counties: (630) 528-0734
- In Will, Kankakee, Grundy, or South Cook Counties: (815) 458-5660