Experienced DuPage County Family Law and Divorce Lawyers
Compassionate Child Custody Attorneys Serving Lisle, Naperville and Surrounding Suburbs
At Momkus McCluskey LLC, we approach family law with the philosophy that it is always best to resolve family disputes cooperatively. When legal issues strain a family, a cooperative solution helps keep relationships from becoming permanently broken. However, we understand that not every couple is able to to amicably settle their differences without litigation. Regardless of circumstance, our number one priority is to serve the best interests of our clients.
There are many family disputes that can become contentious and require legal guidance. When this happens, our attorneys are adept at providing a comprehensive solution that handles your family law issue in the most effective and cost-efficient manner. We have in-depth experience with adoptions, prenuptial agreements, orders of protection, legal separations, annulments, and all types of divorces. We take the time to thoroughly understand all aspects of your family situation so we can craft a resolution that meets your needs and provides both short-term and long-term relief.
Perhaps the most stressful of all family law issues is divorce. When a marriage is dissolved, there are numerous secondary issues that must be addressed including child custody, child support, maintenance/alimony, division of property, divorce tax consequences and many others. In some cases, couples are able to part ways on good terms while in other cases there is a high level of tension and hostility. The state of your relationship with your (soon to be) ex-spouse will largely determine what type of divorce proceeding will be used.
Your Priorities, Your Decision
If you do not believe that a collaborative effort can achieve your goals, our family law team will put together the strongest possible case to present in court. Our dedication to our clients and in-depth experience with complex divorce proceedings make us strong advocates to have at your side if the situation turns hostile. Whichever way you choose, we are committed to providing the skilled legal counsel you need to bring you through this difficult time.
For experienced guidance with all types of family legal issues, contact Momkus McCluskey LLC today at (630) 434-0400 to schedule a consultation. We provide counsel and advice for clients in DuPage County including Lisle, Naperville, Wheaton, Lombard, Clarendon Hills and Downers Grove.
Who decides what is marital and what is separate property? What if one spouse doesnt agree?
Where there are multiple properties, how will these be divided on divorce?
Whats the new terminology that replaced the terms custody and visitation in Illinois?
What should I do if I suspect that my spouse is hiding information regarding the family business?
What do you do if you suspect the payor of support is not declaring income?
Is it a good idea to hire a company accountant to value a business?
What are the different types of parental rights and responsibilities in Illinois?
What are the main factors that spousal maintenance is based on in Illinois?
My spouse and I own a number of businesses; What should I do to get my fair share during divorce?
If there is a lot of conflict between parents, can they still share equal parenting rights?
If someone is struggling to pay spousal support, can the amount be reduced?
If a parent is preventing the other from visiting their child, can they stop paying child support?
If a parent has a history of abuse, what can the other parent legally do to protect the children?
I know that my spouse gets income that isnt reported, how do I get my share of that?
How will my divorce affect our family business? Will we need to sell?
How does someone hide assets and how do you find them?
How do I know which method of valuing a business is best for my business?
How do business valuators come up with the value of a business when a person is divorcing?
How common is financial misbehavior during high net worth divorce cases?
How can a parent increase his or her chances of being awarded primary parenting rights in Illinois?
How can a parent help their lawyer make a case that they should be awarded primary parenting rights?
Does fault ever play a role in asset division?
Does a premarital or prenuptial agreement override normal property division rules?
At what age can a child decide which parent they want to live with?
Are those paying maintenance expected to still make payments if their ex lives with a new partner?