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Chicago Office

20 N. Clark Street
Suite 2720
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Phone: 312-345-9999

Schaumburg Office

1515 E. Woodfield Road
Suite 640
Schaumburg, IL 60173
Phone: 847-995-9999

Wheaton Office

400 S. County Farm Road
Suite 320
Wheaton, Illinois 60187
Phone: 630-653-9400

Orland Park Office

15255 W. 94th Ave
Suite 201
Orland Park, IL 60462
Phone: 708-226-9904

Skilled Orland Park Divorce Attorneys

Many decisions must be made when going through with a divorce, but the most important choice is that of a divorce lawyer. Anderson & Associates, P.C. is capable of providing you with legal representation that will make a difference in a divorce outcome. Our law firm is well-established, having been around for the last 30 years, and is thus one of the most respected law firms in the Chicago area. Our family law attorneys provide our clients with the proper representation they need to get through tough divorce matters.

Division of Property in Illinois

In divorce, there are many issues to contend with, particularly division of property. Illinois is an equitable distribution state. This means that marital property must be divided in a manner that is equitable, but not necessarily equal. In most cases, the greater the value of the marital estate, the more complex it is to divide the estate in a divorce. Our attorneys are skilled in dealing with many types of divorce including high asset/complex divorces. We are also veterans in working with family businesses and in handling business valuations and maintenance/alimony.

Child Issues in Divorce

Some of the most problematic areas of a divorce are usually those related to child custody and child support. Emotions can take hold of both parties involved and there can be major financial burdens put upon either side. Our lawyers always look to put the best interests of the children first in negotiations. We also do our best to protect our clients' parenting rights and satisfy your goals regarding child issues in a divorce.

Family Law Alert: As of July 1, 2017, Illinois family laws regarding child support have changed drastically. Read more about these updates.

Parents who are willing and able to reach a mutual agreement on child custody/support have the best outcomes for the kids and family involved in a divorce. This enables harmony to continue in a family and lessens the need for post decree modification going forward. If an agreement is not possible, our skilled attorneys will aggressively represent our clients' needs and interests of the children in court.

If you are going to file for divorce or need help with current divorce proceedings, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. From our Orland Park offices, or one of our three other regional offices, we serve clients throughout the Chicago area.