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Illinois Divorce Attorneys Representing Clients in and Around Burr Ridge
Are you expecting to file for divorce in the near future, or have you recently been served with divorce papers? At Arami Law, Inc., we know how complex divorces in Illinois can be, and our firm can help you every step of the way. While divorces under Illinois law have many similarities, we also know how critical it is to recognize the distinctions and particularities in every divorce case based on individual and family needs. To learn more about our firm and how we can assist you in your divorce case, get in touch with our Burr Ridge divorce lawyers today.
How Can a Burr Ridge Divorce Lawyer Help?
A Burr Ridge divorce lawyer can help with many different legal issues that may arise in your divorce, such as:
- Determining residency requirements for your divorce;
- Filing or responding to a divorce petition;
- Help you to seek or determine eligibility for spousal maintenance;
- Locating hidden or concealed assets;
- Classifying marital and separate property;
- Negotiating a property settlement agreement;
- Handling complex property division issues, including those in high net worth divorces;
- Enforcing premarital agreements in your divorce, or determining the enforceability of a premarital agreement;
- Calculating the child support obligation under the Illinois income shares model;
- Allocating significant decision-making responsibilities for minor children from the marriage;
- Allocating parenting time for minor children from the marriage;
- Working with you to create a parenting plan; and
- Seeking a modification of a support order or allocation judgment.
Division of Marital Property in a Burr Ridge, IL Divorce
Under Illinois law, property owned by the spouses will be classified either as separate or marital property. All marital property will then be divided between the spouses in a way that the court deems equitable to both spouses based on a variety of statutory factors in the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA).
Allocation of Parental Responsibilities in a Burr Ridge Divorce Case
Under the IMDMA, the term child custody has been replaced with the allocation of parental responsibilities. If you have minor children from your marriage, you can develop a parenting plan to determine parental responsibilities, or the court can determine how parents will share significant decision-making responsibilities and parenting time based on the “best interests of the child” standard.
Contact Our Burr Ridge Divorce Attorneys
When you are planning on filing for divorce or your spouse has filed for divorce, it is essential to begin working with a Burr Ridge divorce attorney as soon as possible. At Arami Law, Inc., we know that divorce cases are never easy, and we know how critical it is to have a compassionate and experienced advocate on your side throughout your case. Whether your primary concerns are about the division of marital property, financial support, or the allocation of parental responsibilities, our team is here to assist you. Contact Arami Law, Inc. today to learn more about how we can help with your Burr Ridge divorce.
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