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5 Steps an Illinois Divorce Lawyer Can Navigate For You in the Divorce Process

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5 Steps an Illinois Divorce Lawyer Can Navigate For You in the Divorce Process

After the initial petition for your Illinois divorce is filed and before you go to court, you will navigate your way through the discovery process. The discovery process only takes place if the divorce is being challenged or you and your spouse are incapable of coming to an agreement during settlement negotiations.

The discovery process is the best time treat each other with respect and honesty. This is the stage of your divorce that will fetch the most financially and emotionally. Fortunately for you Besserman makes it more affordable to get you an Illinois divorce lawyer. Deborah allows for a payment process as you navigate the divorce instead of front ALL the money up front.

Five steps in the discovery process are: You will quickly see why you need Deborah Besserman for as local Illinois divorce attorney.

Disclosure: Both individuals request specific items from the other individual. The inventory of items is sent to the other party, and they must answer within 30 days period.

Interrogatories: These are questions that you assign to the opposite side. Many times there are limits on the number of questions in this process and the response time is thirty days.

Fact Admissions: Listing of facts is directed at the opposite party. The party getting the list of facts is required to either admit to or deny any fact.

Request for Production: Here is where you get documents such as bank statements, accounts of income, or any records you feel will help your case.

Depositions: In a deposition you will take sworn testimony of the opposite party and any witnesses included. Everything said during a deposition can be applied in court should an arrangement not be met and you go to divorce court, if it gets that far.

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