At SAM LAW OFFICE LLC, our Barrington complex property divorce lawyers are experienced and solutions-oriented advocates for clients. Divorce is hard, particularly so if you are part of a high net-worth couple and/or you own complex property. We have the specialized expertise to handle the full range of complex property division cases. If you are working through a complex divorce, we can help. For a fully confidential, no-commitment initial consultation, please do not hesitate to contact us today.
To start, it is crucial that you understand how property and debts are divided under state law. Illinois is an equitable distribution jurisdiction (750 ILCS 5/503). When a couple gets divorced, their marital assets will be divided in a manner deemed “just and fair.” Non-marital assets (separate property) will be retained by each individual party. Equitable distribution is not always an equal division. Many factors will be considered, including each spouse’s contribution to the marriage, the length of the marriage, and the financial situation of each party.
Not all assets are created equal. Some types of property are inherently challenging to divide. There may be questions not only about who should get what, but how the asset can be split. Our Illinois family law firm handles the full range of property division matters. Along with other types of complex property division issues, our Barrington divorce attorneys have experience with the following:
For high-asset couples and others that own complex property, the divorce process can be especially difficult. At SAM LAW OFFICE LLC, we have the financial and legal expertise to help clients navigate these cases. Among other things, our Barrington divorce attorneys are prepared to:
At SAM LAW OFFICE LLC, our Barrington family lawyers have extensive experience handling complex property distribution matters. Have questions about your rights? We can help. Contact us right away for your completely confidential case assessment. We provide family law representation in Barrington and throughout the surrounding communities in Cook County and Lake County.