Passionate, Experienced Illinois Divorce Attorneys
When you are contemplating a marital separation or going through a divorce, you need an Attorneys with the passion and experience to aggressively defend your legal rights and interests. At the SAM LAW OFFICE, LLC, we know how much is often at stake in these types of matters, as well as the impacts these proceedings can have on your well-being and financial security, both now and in the future. Whether you are facing an uncontested divorce in which you and your former spouse are in agreement on most issues, or are involved in a contested divorce that concerns issues of property division, alimony, child custody and support, our experienced Cook County, Du Page, Lake and McHenry Counties divorce Attorneys can provide you with the trusted, professional legal representation you need to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Legal Representation You Can Count On Cook County Divorce Matters
If you are going through a divorce and other related legal matters affecting your family, it is important to know you are not alone. According to statistics from the American Psychological Association (APA), roughly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce, and the rates are even higher for second and third marriages. At the SAM LAW OFFICE, LLC, our Cook County, Du Page, Lake and McHenry Counties divorce Attorneys provides trusted legal representation you can count on during what can be a difficult time, both emotionally and financially. We offer professional and comprehensive legal representation to answer your questions and address your concerns in the following types of matters related to divorce proceedings:
- Divorce, Contested and Uncontested;
- High Net Worth Marital and Non-Marital Property Division:
- Marital Property Division and Awards of Alimony;
- Post Decree Modifications;
- Division of Parental Responsibilities and Parenting Plans;
- Child Support, Modifications, and Enforcement;
- Establishing Paternity;
- Mothers’ Rights;
- Fathers’ Rights;
- Pre-and Post-Nuptial Agreements.
A Trusted Resource To Answer Your Divorce Related Concerns
The process of going through a divorce can be complex and confusing, and you need an Attorneys you can trust to guide you through issues specific to your particular case. With recent modification to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA), many of the guidelines and terms the court uses have changed, impacting every pending and newly filed divorce proceeding in the state. At SAM LAW OFFICE, LLC, our legal experience and knowledge ensure your particular needs are met through this process, and that both your rights and any assets you possess are protected. Attorney Susan A. Marks and her associates have successfully represented hundreds of clients throughout the area, our knowledge and abilities have earned her the respect of her peers. We personally oversees each and every case, to ensure you get the highly effective legal representation you need, and the caring, compassionate service you deserve. Our office represents clients in Cook County, Du Page, Lake and McHenry Counties and throughout the area, including the following:
Arlington Heights , Barrington, Bannockburn, Buffalo Grove, Deer Park, Des Plaines, Elk Grove Village, Glenview, Hawthorne Woods, Itasca, Kildeer, Lake Forest, Lake Zurich, Long Grove, Libertyville, Palatine, Park Ridge, Rolling Meadows, Schaumburg, Schiller Park, Skokie, Rosemont, Wheeling, Vernon Hills.
Professional Legal Representation From An Experienced Cook County Divorce Attorneys
Divorce has the potential to impact every area of your life, and even an uncontested divorce can leave you feeling vulnerable and confused. When you are going through these types of potentially complicated personal matter, get the trusted legal representation you need and contact the SAM LAW OFFICE, LLC, Our experienced Cook County, Du Page, Lake and McHenry Counties divorce Attorneys provides the dedicated and professional legal assistance to ensure your legal rights are protected, both now and in the future. Call or contact our Cook County office online today to schedule a free and confidential consultation.