You're Getting Divorced? What Now?

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Moving forward with divorce on your own terms

You are undoubtedly under a lot of stress and have questions about the legal process and what comes next. We are committed to educating you about the divorce process and helping you move forward with their lives.

Our divorce lawyers strive to not only help you resolve your case, but to educate you about the divorce process and prepare you for the future. During our initial consultation, we spend most of the time listening to you so we can then provide guidance for you to get to a better place.

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Whether you are planning to file for divorce, or divorce proceedings have been initiated by you spouse, we have the knowledge and experience to help protect your financial and emotional interests. There are three primary approaches to divorce: litigation, mediation, and collaborative law. While we regularly use alternative methods to settle divorce issues, we recognize that disputes involving parental responsibilities (child custody), child support and spousal support, and property division often necessitate taking the matter to court.

Divorce Resources

Our attorneys are here to help guide you through this stressful time.

The Dos and Don’ts in a High Net Worth Divorce

High net worth divorces can be emotional and complex. Here are a few simple rules so you don’t lose your mind or your money in the divorce.

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How Child Support Is Calculated in Illinois

When parents divorce in Illinois, child support matters can be challenging. Our guide will help you understand the basics of child support in Illinois and how it’s calculated.

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14 Things The Courts Consider When Determining Maintenance In an Illinois Divorce

Going through a divorce can be overwhelming, but what about divorce maintenance (also known as alimony)? Learn what the courts will look at when determining here.

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How Long Do Alimony Payments Last After Divorce?

Alimony, often called maintenance in Illinois, is determined based on several factors, including the length of the marriage and the spouses’ income and assets.

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What is a Parenting Plan in a Divorce?

Are you asking yourself the important question: What is a parenting plan in a divorce? Keep reading and get the answer here.

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Business Valuations and Divorce in Illinois

Are you curious about how businesses are valued in Illinois divorce cases? Here is our guide to help you through.

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