Naperville Divorce Lawyer
Trusted, Dedicated Counsel from The Law Offices of David Lee
If you are considering divorce or if your spouse has filed for divorce, it's reasonable to have urgent concerns about your options, your finances, and your future. At The Law Offices of David Lee, Attorney David Lee is a Certified Family Law/Divorce Mediator with extensive experience in helping individuals and couples navigate this precarious process. Our firm knows what it takes to protect our clients' interests in a divorce and ensure that they have the resources they need to move on from this chapter of their lives with confidence.
We're ready to stand with you during this difficult time. Call our offices at (630) 796-7699 today to speak with our Naperville divorce attorney.
Comprehensive Representation You Can Trust
No two families are alike and every divorce client approaches this legal process with a unique set of concerns and goals. At The Law Offices of David Lee, we partner closely with these clients to learn about what matters most to them and prioritize those issues throughout every stage of their case.
At The Law Offices of David Lee, we're ready to bring vigilant, effective counsel to:
Determining where the child resides and which parents can make critical decisions about the child's upbringing.
In the event that the child resides with one parent (the custodial parent), the other parent (the non-custodial parent) will pay a certain amount of money to the custodial parent to assist with child-related costs.
Illinois courts often want both parents to play a critical role in a child's life. If the child will reside with one parent, the court will want to establish a healthy visitation schedule for the non-custodial parent.
Distribution of Marital Assets
The court will determine how to distribute the marital estate between the two spouses. This includes both liquid assets and real estate, vehicles, and other valuable property. Property that was accumulated before the marriage will not be considered in this process (unless it has become commingled).
In some cases, one spouse may seek spousal maintenance (or "alimony") from a higher-earning spouse to help maintain the lifestyle that was established during the marriage.
Retirement accounts have become a critical asset in many modern divorces. Like other martial assets, these accounts may be divisible by the court to ensure the long-term solvency of both spouses as they enter life post-work.
It is vitally important to put your best foot forward in each of these issues. The Law Offices of David Lee can help you understand these complex issues and help complete your divorce as swiftly and favorably as possible.
We're ready to face this intimidating process with you. Call us today to request a free consultation to get started.