For many mothers, getting child support established during a divorce or separation is important for maintaining stability in the home.
To help you protect your property and your best interests during a divorce, our attorneys are prepared to advocate for you.
When mothers file for divorce, child custody issues are a top concern. Our lawyers focus on and advocate for mothers’ rights.
Whatever the circumstance, parental responsibilities can still be allocated, and both parents can share important decision-making responsibilities and parenting time.
After years or sometimes decades of marriage, elements of a divorce, such as the division of marital property, can become quite complicated.
Most people are unfamiliar with the divorce process. We will help you create & execute a plan to manage the difficulties that come with ending a marriage.
Working with an experienced attorney who can help you to ensure that a business valuation occurs in a fair and accurate matter is essential.
We provide the caring, compassionate service you need while using our legal knowledge and experience to bring perpetrators to justice.
Going through a divorce is typically an unpleasant situation in itself; when the divorce is complicated by an issue of complex property division, the process can be even more painstaking and emotional. To help you protect your property and your best interests during a divorce, our complex property division attorneys at the Chicago law offices of Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group are prepared to advocate for you.
At Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, our complex property division attorneys have helped countless clients understand Illinois’ property division laws and how these laws apply to a variety of complex property types, including:
We are able to help clients facing the struggle of dividing all types of complex property, regardless of whether or not it is listed above.
The decision to work with an attorney may be the smartest choice that you ever make. Complex property division divorces are just that – complex. Valuating, and sometimes even uncovering, assets in a divorce requires the help of a professional. Once property is valued, knowing how to divide it in an equitable manner, and understanding the tax consequences of that division, is both challenging and essential to protecting your financial future.
Illinois law holds that any property that is considered to be “marital property” is subject to equitable division, which is division of the property in a manner that is fair and reasonable.
Having to give up property that you have worked hard to own or that you have become accustomed to having can be frustrating, and may have such a financial impact on your life that you are forced to make significant changes or lose out on financial opportunities. When you are facing complex property division questions in a divorce in Illinois, our Chicago property division attorneys at Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group are here to represent you. Both during negotiations and in the courtroom, we are competent, highly skilled, and committed to our clients. If you are going through a divorce, contact our lawyers today for legal services you can count on.