DIVORCE ATTORNEY IN SKOKIE, ILLINOIS
Trusted Legal Counsel For Divorce & All That Comes With It
Our attorney at The Law Offices of Van A. Schwab offers Illinois residents the benefit of trustworthy legal counsel in a wide array of divorce-related matters. With more than four decades of experience representing men, women, and children in these critical matters, Attorney Schwab is here to help you through this tough time with skill and compassion.
If you’re ready to pursue a fresh start, we’re ready to lead you toward a path forward. Talk to our family law attorney in Skokie, Illinois, to discuss your divorce today. We proudly assist individuals and families in Libertyville, Chicago, and Evanston.
How Can We Help?
Our priority is providing the guidance you need to seek positive resolutions in a wide array of marital dissolution matters, including:
Divorce for business owners: If a client (or his or her spouse) owns a business, we can assist with determining its value and fairly dividing it while keeping the company running.
Divorce for high-asset clients: We counsel high-net-worth clients on the sophisticated legal issues associated with extensive assets.
Parenting time and allocation of parental responsibilities: Our firm works hard to seek a custody arrangement that is in the best interests of both the parents and the children. We know how to stand up for our clients' rights to have meaningful relationships with their children.
Child support and alimony: Our attorney helps ensure that children are provided for after the end of the parents’ relationship. We also represent spouses seeking spousal support/alimony and those obligated to pay it.
Property division: We handle the division of business property, the family home, retirement accounts, pets, and all other assets and debts.
Estate Plan Updates: Your estate plan should reflect your current family structure. Allow us to help you make the necessary changes to your will, trusts, and other documents.
Guidance Through Contested & Uncontested Divorces
Spouses who want to end their marriages must fully understand all of their options, including whether they want to pursue a contested or an uncontested divorce.
A contested divorce may prove necessary when spouses are unable or unwilling to reach an agreement regarding any divorce-related issues. On the other hand, an uncontested divorce may be pursued when both spouses are able to agree on all issues associated with the end of their marriage. No matter which path you choose, we’re here to help.
Discover if Alternative Dispute Resolution is Right for You
Our attorney has the unique ability to screen your case and determine what is and isn't feasible for how to proceed. His advice is backed by extensive experience and intended to help you find the best method possible to resolve your divorce.
In cases when traditional litigation isn’t the right fit, we offer alternative dispute resolution methods to help you maintain civility and seek an amicable outcome. Let’s discuss whether mediation, arbitration, or collaborative law will work for you and your unique circumstances.
Trust Us to Lead You Forward
We understand that this is an incredibly difficult time for you and your family. Our goal is to help you embrace this fresh start and move forward with confidence. By delivering personalized representation and one-on-one attention, our attorney will get to know your story, then do everything possible to help you reach your goals.
Let's work collaboratively to help you navigate the process of divorce. We’ll keep you informed along the way and ensure you’re comfortable from start to finish. Schedule a consultation with our attorney in Skokie, Illinois, today if you’re located in Evanston, Chicago, or Libertyville.
DIVORCE ATTORNEY IN SKOKIE, ILLINOIS
Your future starts here, at The Law Offices of Van A. Schwab in Skokie, Illinois. Our divorce services are intended to help you navigate this difficult process and seek the fresh start you need and deserve. To learn more about how we can help you, reach out to our family law attorney today to discuss your case.