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Getting Divorced When You or Your Spouse Are Well-Known and Value Privacy

wheaton divorce lawyerDivorce is never easy. However, some divorcing spouses face obstacles and challenges that the average person does not. If you or your spouse are a local celebrity, well-known business leader, or otherwise in the public eye, you will undoubtedly face additional challenges.

Understandably, people in this situation are extremely concerned about confidentiality. Divorce cases involve discussions about deeply personal matters and detailed financial information. If this information becomes public, it could potentially harm your reputation or even ruin your career.

Avoid Public Litigation by Using Alternative Resolution Methods

If you are concerned about keeping confidential information private during your divorce, it is best to avoid court litigation if possible. Court hearings are open to the public. Alternative resolution methods like mediation and collaborative law can help you and your spouse negotiate divorce issues under the umbrella of confidentiality. Collaborative divorce is an especially popular method for couples with significant assets or disagreements about divorce issues. During a collaborative divorce, you, your spouse, your respective attorneys, accountants, and other participants all sign an agreement pledging to keep the discussion confidential. You also promise to resolve the issues during the collaborative process and avoid litigation.

Consider Utilizing a Confidentiality Agreement

A confidentiality agreement or non-disclosure agreement is a legal contract that prevents someone from divulging certain information. Information about your children, marriage, business interests, finances, and other private matters will likely be revealed during your divorce. Through a non-disclosure agreement, you can protect this information from being shared with the media or other parties. If a party does violate the terms of the confidentiality agreement, you may be entitled to damages.

Work With an Experienced Divorce Attorney

As a famous or well-known individual, your divorce is different than a typical divorce. This is why you should work with a divorce lawyer who understands the sensitivity of the situation and how to handle it. A divorce attorney who has worked with other high-profile individuals can protect your privacy and help you find the best ways to resolve matters related to property division, child custody, spousal maintenance, and other divorce issues.

Contact a Wheaton High-Profile Divorce Lawyer

Divorce cases involving well-known spouses require a special touch. At MKFM Law, we recognize the value of privacy. Our DuPage County divorce lawyers are ready to sit down with you and determine the best way to end your marriage while protecting your reputation. Our team includes skillful, experienced divorce attorneys with a wealth of knowledge, including certified Collaborative Family Law practitioner Lynn M. Mirabella.

To learn more about how we can help you resolve your high-profile divorce, call us at 630-665-7300. Schedule your confidential consultation today.

Source:

https://www.illinoiscourts.gov/courts/circuit-court/illinois-pattern-jury-instructions-civil/

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