Collaborative Law Divorce Attorney - Geneva, Illinois
Serving Clients in Kane County, Kendall County, Geneva, Elgin, St. Charles, Aurora and the surrounding areas
Couples who want a divorce in Illinois, without the cost of litigation, should know that they have the option to settle their divorce by using the alternative dispute resolution of collaborative law.
At the Law Office of Warren G. Sylvester, located in Batavia, Illinois, we understand the many concerns our clients have regarding the collaborative law process, and we are happy to answer any questions you or your family may have about collaborative law and if it’s right for you.
Contact the Law Office of Warren G. Sylvester if you would like to schedule a free 30-minute initial consultation with our collaborative law attorney Warren G. Sylvester. Email us or call us at 630-232-7306 to learn more about our family law services and how we can help you.
How is Collaborative Law Different from Mediation?
In a collaborative law divorce, each party in the divorce hires their own attorney to represent them during the “4-way meetings”, which can take place anywhere outside of the courtroom. Divorce lawyers commonly refer to collaborative law divorce as an “uncontested divorce”.
Mediation is different from collaborative law. Unlike collaborative law, mediation requires the mediator to remain “neutral” while couples work out the terms of their divorce settlement on their own. A mediator is not allowed to give legal advice or take sides. Mediators also aren’t allowed to draft legal documents, whereas collaborative law attorneys can negotiate the terms of a divorce settlement on behalf of their client.
Contact Our Collaborative Law Divorce Attorney in Batavia
Contact the Law Office of Warren G. Sylvester in Batavia, Illinois, for questions and concerns about the collaborative law divorce process. We represent clients throughout northern Illinois, including Kendall and Kane county, as well as in the cities of Elgin, St. Charles, Geneva, Aurora and Batavia. Call 630-232-7306 to schedule a free initial 30-minute consultation.
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