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Downers Grove Divorce and Family Law Attorneys

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

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Few obstacles in life can seem as difficult to overcome as legal issues. This is especially true when addressing legal matters that affect your family or your business. Navigating the legal system can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, where simple missteps can sometimes have lasting consequences for you and your loved ones.

The team at SBK Law Group is committed to being your partner, guide and advocate each and every step of the way through the legal issue you are facing. If you need to address family law issues related to your marriage, divorce, or your children, we will stand by your side, protect your family's interests and do everything we can to ensure the best possible outcome. For those managing care for a disabled loved one, or administering a trust or estate, we can guide you through the process from start to finish. If you need to plan for the future, we can help you create a personalized estate plan so your family will be prepared for the unexpected. SBK also offers comprehensive business representation from incorporation to complex litigation. To learn more about what the SBK team can do for you, contact us today at 630-427-4407.

About Our Team

Our goal is to offer personalized and practical legal solutions for you and your family. We consider it our mission to guide you through your matter with a sensible and comprehensive approach to your matter - whether that be a guardianship, a probate estate, co-parenting, a divorce, or a business dispute. You deserve an attorney who understands you, who works hard to protect your legal rights and the rights of your loved ones but who will not lose sight of your goals or prolong the legal process. Our team at SBK Law Group has more than 18 years of combined experience and we are ready to work with you to resolve the legal issues you are facing. With the SBK team on your side, your family law, probate, business, and estate issues are in good hands.

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.

Divorce and Legal Separation

When a marriage breaks down, there are many ways available to couples to resolve the situation. Divorce, whether amicable or contested, is one solution for dealing with the division of marital assets, debts, and child-related issues. Legal separation is another valid option for couples who may not want to divorce for reasons such as health insurance, business ownership, or religion. No matter which path you choose, you will want the guidance of the experienced divorce and family law attorneys of SBK Law Group.

Property Division

Divorce can be difficult emotionally and financially. Concerns about what you will have when it is over in terms of assets and debts can be overwhelming. Our attorneys understand and are ready to counsel you and fight for your fair share of property, financial accounts, and other assets. We will work to ensure you are not saddled with an unfair share of the marital debt. If there are pre-marital assets or inheritances, we will protect those for you. Our attorneys are well versed in asset discovery, valuation, and preservation.

Contested Divorce Litigation

During a divorce, there are many complex issues that need to be resolved. If you and your former spouse can not address these issues through negotiation or mediation, they will need to be resolved by way of litigation. Our attorneys have over 25 years of experience in the courtroom and are prepared to advocate for you in front of the judge on issues related to child and spousal support, marital property division, parenting time and allocation of parental responsibilities, or custody. In addition, many divorces require post-decree modifications or enforcement of orders. Our lawyers are staunch advocates in and outside of the courtroom and will fight for the best possible outcome to your case.

Probate and 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 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.

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