Northern Illinois Divorce Lawyers
Oswego - Aurora - West Chicago
Skilled Illinois Divorce Attorneys Protecting Your Best Interests
At Illini Legal Services we are committed to helping people find amicable solutions in all divorce-related matters. We put our more than 30 years of law practice and trial experience to work providing solid divorce representation for you.
The divorce attorneys at Illini Legal Services have a comprehensive understanding of Illinois state law governing all dissolution concerns ranging from bankruptcy and divorce to domestic violence orders of protection. Our significant background in financial planning allows us to thoroughly evaluate your economic situation and evaluate prospects of your right to receive, or your obligation to pay, child support and spousal support.
Navigating You Through the Divorce Process
We handle all facets of divorce—from filing the initial divorce petition to negotiation or divorce litigation. Whether you are facing a contested or uncontested divorce, we offer the level of personal and legal support necessary to effectively guide you through the process of terminating your marriage.
Contact Illini Legal Services at (630) 405-5027 or toll free at (888) 418-3323 to schedule a free divorce consultation. Se habla español
Illinois Property Division
Illinois state law requires that marital property—assets and liabilities acquired (with some exceptions) during the course of the marriage be equitably divided. A skilled Illinois divorce lawyer will evaluate your entire estate and identify marital and nonmarital property. Once marital property is identified, we will conduct appraisals to determine the net worth of shared assets.
We have extensive experience in dividing pension plans, ESOPs, 401(k)s, and 403(b)s. Our goal in all property division cases is to help ensure that you and your spouse recover your fair share of the marital estate.
Are you interested in avoiding expensive and time-consuming divorce litigation? If so, mediation may be your best alternative. Divorce mediation involves sitting down with a court-approved mediator who acts as a neutral third party in negotiating the terms of your marital agreement. Mediation gives you and your spouse the power to set guidelines for such issues as child custody and visitation, property division and alimony/spousal support.
Contact an Aurora, Illinois, Divorce Attorney
Divorce and family law matters raise many concerns. For a free consultation and case evaluation, contact Illini Legal Services. Our offices are conveniently located in Aurora, Oswego, West and Chicago.