Family Law Cases in Cook County
Helping Clients Resolve Complex Divorce Issues in Cook, McHenry, DuPage, & Lake Counties
Filing for divorce is a very stressful and emotionally difficult decision to make, and it becomes even harder when you don’t have a reliable guide to help you through the process or mediation. Rest assured, our Barrington lawyers are with you every step of the way from the moment you first consider divorce until the very end when the judge signs your final decree.
We serve residents of Cook, McHenry, DuPage, and Lake Counties. Call our firm at
(847) 906-2555 to schedule your appointment.
Our attorneys take a client-focused approach to every case our firm handles. We will work closely with you from your initial consultation to the resolution of your case to ensure your needs, wishes, and goals are thoroughly represented. We believe in maintaining an open, transparent line of communication with our clients, so you are never left wondering about the status of your case. You will always be the first to know when something changes or when we are made aware of amendments to laws we believe would benefit your case.
Ways We Can Help YouFamily Law Cases We Handle
Custody & Support
We understand the importance of putting children first and ensuring they continue to live their lives in the healthiest family environment possible. We believe it is best for parents to work together to maintain the highest level of care for their children during and after the divorce. Our experience in these matters will ensure that you and your children’s best interest will be upheld in determining custody.
Under Illinois law, both parents are obligated to provide financial support for their children. Generally, child support is paid by a non-custodial parent to the parent with whom a minor child primarily resides. The court uses a formula to calculate child support based on income, number of children, and other factors. We can assist you with any child support issue, including representation in both the pursuit of and in defense against claims for unpaid child support.
Seek the Financial Help You Need to Move Forward
Spousal maintenance is awarded in situations when one spouse is not self-supporting and unable to contribute to the other spouse’s support. Whether you are a dependent spouse or a higher earner in your marriage, we are ready to help ensure a stable financial future following your divorce.
What Makes Our Firm Unique?
Representing Clients for over 15 Years
Committed to Our Clients Best Interests
Advocating Families with Customized Strategies
Undivided Attention on Your Case
Most divorces include some division of marital assets (and liabilities) such as:
- Investment accounts
- Real estate
- Credit card debt
- Business interests
- Retirement benefits
Illinois uses equitable property division, which means a judge determines the division of property based on unique circumstances for each case. You need a skilled, creative Barrington attorney capable of crafting a settlement that is equitable and fair for everyone involved.