Family Law Attorneys in Chicago
Chicago Family Law Attorneys Helping You Protect What Matters Most in Divorce and Child Custody Cases.
The family law attorneys in Chicago, IL at Herbert Law Firm offer a compassionate approach to assist our clients in tackling the emotionally difficult, and often complicated, processes of separation, divorce, parenting time and other family law matters. We place a special focus on making sure your rights, your hard-earned assets, and the well-being of your children are protected.
Whether you’re facing separation or divorce, disputes about parenting time and the allocation of parental responsibilities are wreaking havoc on your life, or you are interested in learning more about prenuptial or postnuptial agreements, our family law attorneys in Chicago, IL offer the expertise to help you achieve a successful outcome.
Illinois Family Law Attorneys Provide Legal Representation in all Aspects of Family Law
Our attorneys are knowledgeable and skilled in all types of Illinois family law cases. Our experience in divorce proceedings, parental rights issues, child support cases, and even domestic violence and orders of protection enables us to provide you with comprehensive legal services to meet the ever-changing needs of your family.
We handle all aspects of family law, including:
Whether family law matters are currently creating turmoil in your life or you’re interested in legal advice to protect you and your family from complications and disputes down the road, our family law attorneys in Chicago, IL are with you every step the way.
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