Kane County Family Law, Divorce, and Mediation Attorneys
Lawyers for Family Law, Appeals, and Collaborative Law Matters in St. Charles, Geneva, and Elgin
Family law is at the forefront of what we do at The Stogsdill Law Firm, P.C. We have provided representation in divorce matters, child custody* disputes, issues with child support, and all types of family law matters for over 40 years
With a reputation for aggressive representation in negotiations and at trial, our firm is committed to achieving the best possible resolutions within our clients’ objectives. In addition to representing adult family members of any age, several of our attorneys are certified Guardians ad Litem. When other attorneys need help resolving matters that affect their families, they often turn to our attorneys to seek resolutions for their family law issues.
*Family Law Alert: As of January 1, 2016, Illinois family laws changed drastically. Click to here to find out how child custody and visitation were affected.
Experienced Kane County Divorce Lawyers
It is important to have an attorney on your side to guide you through the divorce process, regardless of the stage you are at in your decision. The divorce process is complex in nature, and we understand issues and disputes on the periphery can further complicate the process.
Our attorneys focus on the divorce proceedings and provide guidance that allows our clients to attain a resolution that is both favorable and obtained in an efficient manner. During the divorce process, we will provide guidance on decisions such as:
- Property division;
- Tax consequences of divorce;
- Asset dissipation;
- Asset division involving retirement plans, IRAs and QDROs;
- Interstate or international divorces involving complex matters; and
- Other matters related to your divorce.
We fight to protect your rights and interests regardless if your case involves litigation in a courtroom or mediation between yourself and another party. We are advocates that seek your best interests and understand the process well.
Skilled Family Law Counsel in Kane County
Families today are diverse, and so are the issues they face. Therefore, no two family law cases are the same. Our attorneys seek to provide legal counsel that is not only high quality, but tailored for your specific needs.
We can help your family expand through adoption, determine paternity through testing, or help you draft a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement which provides legal protections should the relationship end in divorce. When our attorneys accept a case, they devote their exceptional legal advice and representation to your issue. Where necessary, they can also work together to work towards the outcome you seek in your case.
Contact us at 630-462-9500 to speak with our experienced attorneys about your family law or divorce case. During your consultation, we will go discuss your current situation and provide guidance as to how to achieve a successful outcome.