She said “It’s over.” How do you choose a divorce lawyer?

You and your wife just told your kids that you are getting divorced. They ran to their rooms crying. You knew this day would come but it is much worse than you even feared. Your heart has been torn out. You never thought it would come to this. You are worried about your kids, your […]

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Client-Centered Law Firm – Why do You Care?

Your wedding was the best day of your life. You never thought this would happen. No one plans to get divorced. Now you worry about your kids, retirement accounts, and where you’ll live – and how much all of this will cost. You need a lawyer – which is as much fun as needing emergency […]

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Is Your Divorce Lawyer Good at Keeping Secrets?

You want to keep it quiet. You don’t want your personal information, family life details, and financials in public records. You especially don’t want your life broadcast on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. We understand. We’re really good at keeping secrets. All attorneys in Illinois have an ethical duty of confidentiality. See Rule 1.6 in the […]

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Juli Gumina Talks Divorce on WCKG Remarkable Radio with Mark Imperial

Our very own DuPage County family law attorney Juli Gumina was interviewed in the spotlight feature “Let’s Talk Divorce” with Mark Imperial of WCKG radio’s Remarkable Radio show. In the interview, Attorney Gumina explains the most common concerns of her clients, the most common misconceptions of couples starting the divorce process, and some of the […]

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STG Divorce Law Partner Joseph Emmerth Releases His First Book on Amazon!

Our firm is thrilled to announce our very own Attorney Joseph Emmerth has released his first book on Amazon! His book, titled “Winning Your Divorce: The Top Ten Mistakes Men Make and How to Avoid Them”, is a comprehensive guide for men who are seeking a successful resolution to their divorce. This incredible accomplishment highlights […]

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Signs Of Financial Fraud During Your Divorce

Most individuals do not need to worry about financial fraud during their divorce. If they have been married for some time, it is likely each person knows the other’s finances. However, this is not always the case. In some marriages, particularly high net worth relationships, individuals handle their finances on their own and commingle very […]

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