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Will County Family Law Attorney

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Lawyers for Contested and Uncontested Divorce Cases in Will County, Illinois

The prospect of divorce is likely to cause a great deal of uncertainty in your life. As you go about the process of legally dissolving your marriage, you may struggle to address the different types of legal issues and practical concerns that you will face. To ensure that you are prepared to make the right decisions, you should secure representation from a divorce lawyer who can explain your options and advocate for your interests.

At the Law Office of Ronald L. Hendrix, P.C., our attorneys have more than 35 years of combined experience, and we have provided representation for many clients in divorce cases heard at the Will County Courthouse in Joliet. Our familiarity with Will County's family court judges and the procedures followed in their courtrooms can ensure that you will be prepared for smooth handling of your case. Whether you plan to settle your divorce issues out of court or resolve your disputes in the courtroom, we will work with you to gain a full understanding of your needs and desires, help you build a strategy for success, and advocate for your interests throughout the divorce process.

Legal Help With Divorce-Related Matters in Will County

Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, we can help you determine your divorce resolution options. In some cases, we may recommend using alternative dispute resolution, including divorce mediation or collaborative divorce, in order to work together with your spouse to create a settlement. In others, it may be necessary to address disputes in court through divorce litigation. We will advise you of the pros and cons of each option and provide you with representation throughout every stage of your divorce, helping you address matters such as:

  • Child issues - What used to be known as child custody is now referred to as the allocation of parental responsibilities in Illinois, and visitation is now known as parenting time. We can help you address these matters when drafting a parenting plan that will specify how you and your children's other parent will share parental responsibilities and parenting time, as well as any other issues related to your children. We can also ensure that child support is calculated correctly in your case and address your requirements regarding non-minor support for your children's college expenses.
  • Property issues - You and your spouse will need to divide your property and finances, and in some cases, one spouse may be required to pay spousal support to the other, with the amount of payments being based on your individual incomes, and the duration of support based on the length of your marriage. We can help you address these financial concerns and determine how to divide different types of assets, including real estate property and pension and retirement benefits.
  • Complex divorce - There are certain types of issues that can make your divorce more complicated. We can help you sort out financial matters related to high-value or premarital assets, business valuation, and professional practices. We can also help you understand your options for resolving high-conflict divorce issues such as substance abuse or parental alienation.
  • Divorce modification and/or enforcement - After your divorce has been completed, you or your spouse may ask for a modification of your divorce decree or judgment based on changing circumstances in either household. We can provide legal help when petitioning for these types of modifications, and we can also help you understand your legal options for enforcement of the court's orders if your ex-spouse has violated the terms of your divorce.

Will County Courthouse

The Will County Courthouse is located at 14 West Jefferson Street, Joliet, IL 60432. It serves residents of cities and towns throughout Will County, including:

  • Bolingbrook
  • Frankfort
  • Joliet
  • Lockport
  • Manhattan
  • Mokena
  • New Lenox
  • Peotone
  • Plainfield
  • Romeoville
  • Shorewood

Contact Our Will County Divorce Attorneys

If you are considering divorce, our lawyers can explain your rights and legal options as they pertain to your individual situation. We will work closely with you throughout the legal process, helping you achieve your goals and begin the next phase of your life successfully. Contact our office at 815-722-7050 or 630-416-7004 to schedule a free consultation.


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