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SBK Law Group

Downers Grove Divorce and Family Law Attorneys

Probate and Estate Planning Lawyers Serving DuPage County, Cook County and Will County


Few people are thrilled about having to deal with legal issues. In fact, the prospect of addressing legal matters that affect your family or your business can seem stressful and overwhelming. You are likely unsure about the steps that you will need to follow, the processes that will be followed, and the requirements that you will need to meet. It can seem like a simple, honest mistake could set your case back or result in consequences that you will be feeling for years to come. To avoid this type of uncertainty, you need to work with a skilled and experienced attorney.

At SBK Law Group, our team is here to help with your legal concerns. If you need to address family law issues related to your marriage, your divorce, or your children, we can stand by your side and protect your family's best interests. We can help you create a comprehensive estate plan so your family will be prepared for the future. We can assist with business law issues, immigration concerns, and multiple forms of courtroom litigation. To learn more about how we can provide the legal services that will meet your needs, contact us today at 630-427-4407.

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The attorneys of SBK Law Group have more than 25 years of combined experience, and we are ready to work together with you to resolve the legal issues you are facing. We will fully explain the legal process to you, answer your questions, and ensure you understand your rights and requirements. We will provide representation for you in the courtroom and ensure all paperwork is completed and filed correctly. With our team on your side, you will be able to resolve family law, business law, estate planning, or immigration issues successfully.

Family Law


Many family law cases involve couples who have chosen to end their marriage and get a divorce. In these situations, our attorneys can help you address the legal issues you will need to resolve, including dividing marital property and determining whether spousal support should be paid by one party to the other. If you expect to have an amicable divorce, we can help you reach a settlement using methods such as mediation, but we can also provide representation during contested divorce litigation.

Whether you are a divorcing parent or an unmarried parent who is separated from your former partner, we can help you resolve legal issues related to your children. We will work with you to create a parenting plan that addresses the allocation of parental responsibilities and parenting time, and we can ensure that child support obligations are calculated correctly for both parents.

Estate Planning


A comprehensive estate plan can help you make sure your final wishes will be followed correctly, and it can also ensure that you and your family will have the resources you need throughout your lifetime. We can help you create a will that specifies your last wishes regarding your estate and guardianship for your minor children, and we can assist in establishing trusts that will safeguard your assets and allow them to be distributed to your beneficiaries. We can also assist with creating powers of attorney to ensure that a person you trust will be able to make decisions for you if you become incapacitated.

Probate & Decedent's Estates


Following a person's death, their last will and testament will be filed in probate court by the person named as the executor of their estate. We can assist executors and personal representatives with the probate and estate administration process, ensuring that all legal requirements are met, all paperwork and taxes are filed correctly, and all assets are properly distributed to a person's heirs. We can also provide legal help with contested wills and estates, and we can assist in situations in which a person died without having a valid will in place.

Business Law


Business owners will want to be sure to complete the requirements to legally establish their company under the proper type of business entity. Our lawyers can help you choose the right structure for your business that will address taxation and protect you from liability. We can also assist in a wide variety of other business matters, including reviewing and negotiating contracts, handling issues related to employees and human resources, and litigating any business disputes that may arise. We can serve as your company's general counsel, and we will work with you to resolve legal matters as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Immigration


U.S. citizens or lawful permanent residents of the United States may wish to bring relatives in foreign countries into the country to enjoy the opportunities available to those who live here. Our attorneys can assist in applying for immigration visas, and we can also help those who have entered the country receive a Green Card. We can provide representation to those who have been detained by immigration authorities to help avoid deportation or apply for asylum. We will do everything we can to help your family remain together and live happily in the U.S.

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