Danville, IL asked in Divorce for Illinois

Q: divorce needed

divorce needed both parties married in state of New Jersey, husband residing in Illinois for past 8 years, wife still in NJ no kids no property involved no contest. Can you do this or do you of attorney who can?

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James G. Ahlberg
James G. Ahlberg
Answered
  • Rochelle, IL
  • Licensed in Illinois

A: It can be done. Your best bet is to talk to friends who've been divorced to see if they have a lawyer to recommend, click on the "Find a Lawyer" tab on the Justia.com website, or Google the term "divorce lawyer, danville, illinois".

Brian W. Reidy
Brian W. Reidy
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  • Orland Park, IL
  • Licensed in Illinois

A: If one of the parties lives in Illinois, a divorce can be completed in Illinois. I recommend that you look for a lawyer close to you, or if you are interested in doing it yourself you can use the Supreme Court Approved Forms. You can google search "Illinois Supreme Court Approve Forms for Divorce."

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