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St. Charles Divorce Lawyer

No one can claim to know exactly what you are going through now. Every divorce, even one you want, has its highly personal side, known only to you.

But as a lawyer who has handled hundreds of divorce cases, I know how to help each client identify and address his or her unique problems and opportunities.

For a free initial consultation with me at The Law Office of Kevin W. Thomas in St. Charles, call 630-485-8012. My firm serves clients in the tri-city area and surrounding parts of Illinois. Evening and weekend appointments are available.

What Type Of Divorce Makes The Most Sense For You?

Divorce cases vary greatly in complexity and degree of conflict. They include:

  • Contested divorce: When property division, parenting time and spousal support issues are involved, my firm can provide strong representation both in and out of court. My experience in mediation can prove valuable in any negotiation.
  • Uncontested divorce: When divorcing couples have simple asset situations, lack children or are able to settle their differences, an uncontested divorce is possible. My law firm can help you negotiate with your spouse for a divorce agreement that benefits you.
  • Complicated divorce: Many divorcing couples have complex finances. I have the financial knowledge to help you divide your assets, as well as in resolving any custody and support issues.

How Negotiation May Accomplish Your Goals

I strive to help my clients keep assets, retain custody and visitation rights, and obtain spousal maintenance or child support, so they can continue with their lives. I want my clients to emerge from their divorces in better positions than when they started.

To that end, I urge my clients to resolve their differences through out-of-court settlements, when possible. Doing this can save significant amounts of time, energy and money for everyone involved.

I am an experienced mediator who will listen intently to your concerns and advocate for them. To be sure, using mediation or negotiation isn't always easy. But it may very well lessen tensions so that your divorce is handled in a manner you, your ex-spouse and your children will be comfortable with years into the future.

Is Domestic Violence An Issue In Your Divorce?

If negotiation is not possible, such as in a situation involving child abuse or spousal abuse, I am competent to represent your interests in court to achieve the judgment you desire.

If your divorce involves past or potential violence against you, I can also file an order of protection to protect you and your family from harm.

Free Consultation Available

While divorce can present significant personal trials, you should not have to worry about the legal aspects of the process. To discuss your particular situation, call my office or contact me online for a free initial consultation with an experienced attorney.

Divorce FAQ


How long will my divorce process take?


You can be divorced in as little as three weeks if there are no children involved and everything has been agreed upon by the parties. If children are involved, the parents must first complete a court mandated parenting education class regarding divorce and its effects on children....


Upon graduating from the John Marshall Law School in 1994, Kevin W. Thomas began his legal career as a lawyer with the Legal Aid Bureau in Chicago assisting low income families with family law matters. He has extensive experience...

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2580 Foxfield Road, Suite 101
St. Charles, IL 60174
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DuPage County Bar Association Family Law Committee
Kane County Bar Association Family Law Committee
Illinois State Bar Association (Member)
Illinois Supreme Court (Licensed Attorney)