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Divorce & Family Law Attorneys Serving Clients in Aurora, Illinois

At Keller Legal Services, our Aurora, IL divorce attorneys utilize an effective, client-centered philosophy in advocating for the rights and interests of clients. We handle the full range of family and divorce issues — whether you need help filing for divorce, responding to divorce papers, getting a fair share of the marital assets, or protecting your parental rights, we are here for you. For a free, fully confidential initial consultation with our divorce lawyers, please call our Aurora law office at 630-859-2801.

Why Hire the Aurora, IL Divorce Attorneys at Keller Legal Services?

Going through a divorce or a legal separation is complicated, stressful, and emotionally wrought. During this time, you deserve fully personalized legal guidance from a top family law attorney. At Keller Legal Services, we have represented clients in DuPage County, Kane County, and Will County for more than 25 years. Our Aurora divorce lawyers will:

  • Conduct a free, comprehensive review of your case;
  • Take the time to listen to your story and understand your unique situation;
  • Answer your questions and explain your legal rights; and
  • Take action to help you achieve the best results.

We are committed to helping our clients find low-conflict solutions in family law cases. If you have any specific questions or concerns about your divorce case or your legal rights, we encourage you to contact our law office location in Aurora, IL for immediate assistance.

Divorce Advice for Men and Women

We are a full-service family and divorce law firm representing clients in Aurora, IL and throughout the surrounding areas. No matter the specific circumstances of your case, we are ready to help you protect your rights and help you find efficient, cost effective answers. Among other things, our Aurora, IL family & divorce attorneys are prepared to assist you with:

  • Uncontested Divorce: An uncontested divorce is one in which the parties are able to reach an agreement on all relevant issues — from asset distribution to child custody. Our Aurora, IL divorce attorneys help clients negotiate fair and workable uncontested divorce settlements. Do not let your personal interests take a backseat.
  • Separation Agreements: We are prepared to help you and your spouse work towards a separation agreement that respects your rights and protects your interests. Our Aurora, IL divorce lawyers assist clients with all relevant issues, including property division, debt division, child custody & visitation, child support, and much more.
  • Child Custody: Nothing should come between you and kids. Our Aurora child custody attorneys deliver results for our clients. Whether you are working towards a shared parenting agreement or you are fighting for sole custody, we are here to help.
  • Child Support: Our law firm handles all types of child support issues, including helping clients negotiate an initial child support settlement, seek a child support modification, and recover past due payments. To get help from a top-rated child support lawyer in Aurora, IL, contact us right away.
  • Divorce Mediation: Mediation is one of the most frequently used methods to resolve family and divorce cases. It is a voluntary, non-binding legal process that emphasizes collaboration and negotiation. Mediation is often very effective for couples who are seeking a low-conflict and cost-effective divorce.
  • Divorce Papers: Our Aurora, IL divorce lawyers have extensive experience drafting and responding to divorce papers. If you are ready to initiate divorce or you were recently served with divorce papers, we can help.
  • Fathers’ Rights: Fathers have important legal rights. Though, these rights cannot be accessed without first establishing legal paternity. If you have questions or concerns about fathers’ rights in Aurora, IL, our law firm is here to help.
  • Restraining Orders: Also known as ‘Orders of Protection’ a restraining order may be issued if there are allegations of domestic violence, abuse, or threats. If you were a victim of domestic abuse or you were falsely accused, our Aurora, IL attorneys can help.

Divorce & Family Law Reviews

I used Mr. Keller for my divorce, he is very knowledgeable in his field. I highly recommend him to anyone and if I were to ever need legal representation again he will be the person I call.
Thank you Jeff for everything you have done for me.

–  Client in Aurora, IL

Jeff is an excellent lawyer. Dedicated and educated and very familiar with the Court system. I found his services to be invaluable, particularly as he knew what was likely going to happen next and how best to deal with it. I had an ugly custody fight on my hands and Jeff made it easy and affordable.

–  Client in Aurora, IL

I have used Mr. Keller as my family and business lawyer for nearly 25 years. He has always achieved great results for me and is a trusted business advisor. I think that what sets Mr. Keller above most other lawyers is that not only does he possess the ability to understand and resolve the most complex legal problems, but he is able to explain these complicated concepts in understandable, layman terms. I highly recommend Mr. Keller and his firm.

–  Client in Aurora, IL

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How Much Does It Cost to Hire A Divorce Lawyer in Aurora, IL?

The cost of divorce varies widely depending on the specific circumstances of your case and the method of resolution. At Keller Legal Services, our mission is to provide our clients with high quality, efficient representation. We will work to protect your rights, protect your family, and limit your expenses. During a free, no obligation initial consultation we can help you better assess the costs.

How Long Does it Take to Get Divorced in Illinois?

An uncontested divorce can take as little as a few weeks. In contrast, a highly litigated divorce can sometimes take years. While there is no reason to rush through the divorce process, our Aurora, IL family lawyers can help you achieve an efficient resolution that makes sense for your case.

How Do You Serve Divorce Papers?

If you file for divorce in Illinois, you have a duty to provide your spouse with official legal notice. This is done through “serving divorce papers”. There are several different ways to serve papers, including through a local sheriff, a private investigator, or potentially, certified mail.

Can I Keep My Divorce Records Private?

With limited exceptions, divorce records are public. That being said, if you avoid litigation, much of the specifics can be kept confidential. For example, discussions during a divorce mediation can be kept strictly confidential.

Do Courts Have to Approve of Divorce Settlement Agreements?

Yes. If you and your spouse reach and out of court settlement, an Illinois judge must sign off on the agreement before your divorce can be finalized. Though, as a general matter, Illinois courts prefer minimal intervention when divorcing couples reach their own agreements — especially if both parties are represented by an attorney.

Get Help from Our Aurora, IL Divorce Attorneys Today

At Keller Legal Services, our Illinois divorce lawyers have the skills and experience to help clients through difficult situations. If you are going through a divorce or separation in DuPage County or Kane County, we are here to help. To set up a free consultation, please do not hesitate to contact our Aurora law office by calling 630-859-2801 or reaching out to us directly through our website.