How Much Is a Divorce Going to Cost?
Realistic Goals Can Limit Expenses in Illinois Divorces
The cost of your divorce can vary a great deal depending on how complicated your case is and what you hope to get out of the process. While it may be possible to complete your divorce with the help of an attorney for a few thousand or less, the greater your wants are, the more you should expect to pay.
Any divorce has the potential to be extremely expensive, costing both spouses significant time and financial investment. At Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC, questions about money and expenses are often among the first concerns our clients express. Our attorneys are able to complete a divorce for a few thousand dollars. To achieve that, the key is keeping your wants and goals realistic.
For example, if you decide to take a Hawaiian vacation, you could probably do so for less than $3,000. However, it would not be realistic to fly your whole family first class to the islands, stay in a five-star hotel suite, and eat lobster every night for $3,000 or less. The same principles apply to your divorce.
Setting Attainable Goals for Illinois Divorces
As your approach the process of divorce, it is important to identify what is truly important to you. Work closely with an experienced attorney to develop reasonable objectives, and to recognize which battles are worth fighting. When you choose to stand your ground over every little issue, your expenses will add up quickly. If you can maintain realistic, reachable goals, you will be better able to control the costs of your divorce.
To learn more about limiting the costs of your divorce, contact the office of MKFM Law. Schedule your confidential consultation today by calling 630-665-7300. From offices in Wheaton, Illinois, we are proud to serve the needs of clients in DuPage County, Kane County, and Kendall County.