Most people planning on divorce have many concerns about how their finances and the welfare of their children will be protected in the future, which is why it is essential to consult with a knowledgeable family law attorney for all your divorce planning questions. People plan to buy a home, plan to buy a car, plan to have a child, but often overlook the necessary planning for divorce. Don't begin this stressful and important process without a strategy.
No matter what stage of the divorce process you are in right now, consulting an experienced attorney can make all the difference. We can provide the answers you need, so that you can be confident about the decisions you make on divorce. Your family's future well-being depends on the right kind of preparation in the divorce planning process, and our team of experienced attorneys is ready to help you.
Learn How to Protect Your Rights Before You File for Divorce Contact Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C. in Naperville, Illinois (630) 756-5112
The law firm of Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C., understands the complexity of divorce and the potentially damaging effects it can cause a family. Without the proper legal counsel of a skilled divorce attorney, you may fall victim to easily avoided pitfalls. We go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that our clients' needs and interests are protected. We can walk you through the necessary steps in the divorce planning stages in order for you to feel confident and secure about any decision you make.
We handle all family law issues that need to be addressed prior to filing for divorce, including issues over property division and other financial disputes that may occur during divorce. We are committed to helping our clients settle their divorce using litigation, or alternative dispute resolutions (ADR) through mediation and collaborative law. Regardless of the circumstances, we can help.
If you are considering divorce, contact our office in Naperville, Illinois at (630) 756-5112 today. We represent clients throughout DuPage County, Kane County, Kendall County and Will County.