Kane County Divorce Attorneys
Lawyers for Dissolution Matters in Aurora, Batavia, and Geneva
While many couples do not expect their marriage to end, many relationships ultimately result in divorce. Regardless of the length of your marriage, divorce is often a challenging situation to face in one’s life. Going through divorce and later living a life that is both financially and emotionally stable is a good you can reach with the assistance of a knowledgeable attorney who is prepared to represent your interests during the divorce process.
The Kane County divorce attorneys at The Stogsdill Law Firm, P.C. will advocate strongly on your behalf and represent your interests and the interests of your children during divorce proceedings. Our attorneys understand the challenges you may face, and our staff includes certified Guardians ad Litem dedicated to representing children in emotional issues surrounding divorce. Many of our referrals come from the opposing party in past cases who regretting not hiring our attorneys for their cases, so you know you are receiving high quality representation where it matters most.
Divorce Lawyers in Kane County
Ending a legal marriage is rarely as simple as creating a legal marriage; in an uncontested divorce, for example, both spouses may have decisions they must make in order to end the marriage, such as issues regarding property and the care of children, that are rarely easy. Our law firm’s attorneys are skilled at organizing your divorce case and working through the many aspects involved. We help clients determine their objectives and priorities, giving focus to the areas in divorce that are of most importance.
Our lawyers provide aggressive negotiation, working towards divorce settlements that meet your goals. When necessary, however, we will litigate on your behalf in the courtroom. With strong knowledge of divorce laws and a reputation for working hard for our clients, our attorneys will bring cases to trial and provide robust representation on your behalf in a courtroom.
- Divorce planning;
- Taxes and divorce;
- Unallocated alimony;
- High net worth divorce;
- Distribution of marital property;
- Dissipation of assets;
- IRAs, retirement plans, and QDROs;
- International and interstate divorce; and
- Post-Divorce decree enforcement and modifications.
If you are considering divorce or if your spouse has filed for divorce, call The Stogsdill Law Firm, P.C. Contact our attorneys at 630-462-9500630-462-9500. Our attorneys are ready to meet with you and discuss your options. We are located in Wheaton and provide representation in Kane County and throughout the region.