Whether you are considering ending your marriage, tired of chasing down your former spouse for overdue child support payments, or want to make the divorce process as easy as possible for yourself, you should work with an experienced family lawyer. Family law can be complicated, and a lawyer’s job is to make legal processes as straightforward as possible for his or her clients.
Despite changing roles in the household and the workforce, there are still many ways women experience divorce differently than men. In a family law case, it is important for a lawyer to take the time to fully understand the client’s specific needs, which are often, but not always, influenced by his or her gender.
Family law is a broad practice area. Our team works with clients facing the following:
Do not assume that we can only help you if you are legally married. Our team also works with individuals and couples in domestic partnerships and civil unions.
For experienced legal counsel and representation with your family law case, contact our team of experienced family lawyers at Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group today to schedule your free consultation with us. We are here to help you work through the often difficult, emotionally trying aspects of family law, whether you are female or male.
100 Saunders Rd.
Lake Forest, IL 60045
3333 Warrenville Rd.
Lisle, IL 60532
77 W. Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
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