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Schaumburg Divorce Attorneys

Illinois Divorce Lawyers Representing Clients in Schaumburg

Nobody gets married with the expectation that they will get divorced, yet divorce in Illinois and throughout the country is more common than you might think. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are more than 630,000 divorces every year. Divorce can be an extremely emotional process, even when both spouses have resolved to work together to make the process as painless as possible and even when both parties know that it is the right decision. When you are planning to divorce in the near future, it is critical to begin working with one of our Schaumburg divorce attorneys as soon as possible. Do not hesitate to reach out to an advocate at Reifman Law Offices to find out more about how we can assist you.

Services Provided By Our Divorce Attorneys in Schaumburg

The Schaumburg divorce lawyers at Reifman Law Offices provide a wide range of divorce services to clients in Illinois, such as:

Within these categories, we can assist you with any legal issues that may arise during your divorce case. 

Financial Issues in a Schaumburg Divorce

There are many different types of financial issues that must be addressed in a divorce case. The parties should know that Illinois is an equitable distribution state, which means that all assets will be divided in a manner that the court decides is fair or equitable to both spouses based on their specific circumstances. Courts consider various factors, focusing on the particular facts of the case at hand. Only marital assets and debts will be divided in a divorce, while all separate property will be retained by the spouses who own it.

Spousal maintenance or alimony can also be ordered in some divorce cases. A spouse who wants to receive maintenance will request it, and then the court will look at various factors to determine if spousal maintenance is appropriate given the parties’ circumstances. For most parties, there is an applicable formula for calculating spousal maintenance: take 33% of the paying spouse’s net income and subtract 25% of the receiving spouse’s net income. The remaining amount is the spousal maintenance total.

Divorce and Children in Schaumburg

When spouses share minor children from their marriage, the court will also decide on child support. Under Illinois law, courts use an “income shares” model to calculate child support, which means the court will combine both parents’ net incomes to determine the total income and child support obligation. Each parent will be responsible for a portion of the total support obligation based on their individual incomes and factors like the number of overnights with the child. 

In addition to child support, courts will also allocate parental responsibilities, which include significant decision-making responsibilities and parenting time.

Contact a Schaumburg Divorce Lawyer

When you are planning for your divorce, it is critical to seek advice from one of our Schaumburg divorce lawyers. We know that every divorce case is distinct, and we tailor our approach to the individual needs of each of our clients. Contact Reifman Law Offices in Schaumburg for assistance with your Illinois divorce.

At Reifman Law Offices,

we will take the weight of dealing with family legal issues off of your shoulders.
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