Experienced Decatur Divorce Lawyers
At BRE Law, we realize that family law related matters are often emotionally charged and highly personal in nature. In Illinois, a divorce is technically called “dissolution.” Dissolutions can by relatively simple, but can become incredibly stressful and complicated. Having knowledge about what to expect can help ease this stress and provide a sense of security about the future during such an uncertain time. Having professional and experienced legal representation is a must to ensure that you can navigate the complex legal dissolution process in Illinois. Our attorneys offer experience, skill, and compassion in handling the full range of matters related to dissolution.
Every marital dissolution presents unique issues which require us to develop legal strategies to represent you best and to ensure that your rights are protected throughout the dissolution proceeding. We advocate, advise, resolve, negotiate, and litigate as appropriate for the particular issues of your marital dissolution.
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For example, many clients have questions about how much maintenance, what used to be referred to as alimony or spousal support, they might have to pay. We can walk you through the maintenance factors and guidelines can be found at 750 ILCS 5/504 et. seq. and help explain the new maintenance formula in Illinois.
Our attorneys remain focused on achieving a fair and equitable result for our clients during this trying time. To schedule a consultation, call us or fill out the contact form below.
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An Order of Protection is a legal document that provides protection to people that are being abused by family or household members. If you desire to obtain or need to defend an Order of Protection, the experienced family law lawyers at BRE Law can help.
Illinois recently changed how child support is calculated. The new Income Shares Model for determining Illinois child support may affect you or your child. Please click here to read more, or contact BRE Law’s experienced family law attorneys to discuss this new formula.