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Illinois Divorce Attorney Representing Clients in Oak Park

When you are considering divorce, it is essential to have a divorce lawyer in Oak Park on your side. While it may be possible for some people to get through a straightforward divorce process for a short-term marriage without legal help, you should not have to go through this complex legal process alone. Divorce law in Illinois (750 ILCS 5/101 et seq.) is complex, and divorces can be particularly complicated when a married couple has substantial assets or debts, or when the couple has young children. Whether you need help with a high asset divorce and complex property division, or you have particular concerns about the allocation of parental responsibilities and parenting time, and advocate at Arami Law, Inc. can assist you. A divorce lawyer in Oak Park can begin working on your case today. 

Oak Park Divorce Lawyer Handling Cases

Arami Law, Inc. can assist with many different types of divorce issues affecting clients in Oak Park. Some examples of the types of legal matters we routinely handle include but are not limited to the following:

  • Determining your eligibility for a divorce in Illinois;
  • Filing your petition for divorce;
  • Discovery and information-gathering in an Oak Park divorce;
  • Handling property division and property settlements;
  • Seeking spousal maintenance;
  • Enforcing or contesting the terms of a prenuptial agreement concerning property or spousal maintenance;
  • Advocating for your rights in a child custody case, including advocating for your rights to both significant decision-making responsibilities and parenting time;
  • Creating a parenting plan that allocates parental responsibilities; and
  • Calculating the child support obligation.

We regularly assist families in Oak Park going through a divorce with matters related to both contested and uncontested divorce. If you have questions about any aspect of the divorce process, an Oak Park divorce attorney can speak with you about your case.

Financial Issues in an Oak Park Divorce

Some of the most complex matters in any divorce case are those concerning financial issues. Under the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA), all property owned by both parties must be classified as marital or separate property. Only marital property, which includes assets and debts, will be divided. Courts will distribute marital property based on what is equitable to both parties, looking at a wide variety of factors. 

When it comes to spousal maintenance and child support, there are specific guidelines that are applicable to most parties. For spousal maintenance, when the couple collectively earns less than $500,000 per year, the court will take 33% of the paying spouse’s income, subtract 25% of the receiving spouse’s income, and the resulting amount is the spousal maintenance award. For child support, both parents contribute to the child support obligation. The court will combine the parents’ income and look at the child support table to determine the monthly obligation. Then it will assign a portion of that obligation to each parent based on income, number of nights with the child, and other relevant factors.

Seek Advice From a Divorce Attorney in Oak Park

Do you need assistance with your divorce? An Oak Park divorce attorney can help. Contact Arami Law, Inc. to speak with an advocate at our firm about your case.

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