Family law is a broad legal area that encompasses a variety of issues. The common thread in these issues is that they deal with marriage and family. Family law cases can be more emotionally difficult than other types of case because they impact personal relationships between parents and children, former spouses, and in some cases, other members of a family.
Although you can tackle legal issues yourself, it is in your best interest to work with an experienced family lawyer. A lawyer is an advocate for his or her client, which means your lawyer will work to interpret the applicable laws to your case and provide you with sufficient information to make the decisions that are in your best interest.
The following case types fall under the family law umbrella:
In many cases, a woman’s needs are different from a man’s. You might be facing a divorce after years of being a stay-at-home parent or you might need to establish your child’s paternity so you can seek child support from a former partner. Our team has specific experience working with women and viewing these issues through a female lens.
Contact our team of experienced family lawyers at Women’s Divorce and Family Law Group today to schedule your free initial consultation in one of our Illinois offices. During your consultation, we will take the time to fully understand your case to provide you with the customized legal guidance you need.
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