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Geneva IL Divorce Attorneys

Skilled Divorce Lawyers Serving St. Charles, Batavia, and Throughout the Area

Divorces in Illinois can range greatly in terms of complexity. At the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio, our legal counsel is able to expertly handle both simple and more complicated divorces. Our counsel will provide a client with an analysis of their situation and the best strategy for reaching the most desirable circumstances.

Issues Involved With an Illinois Divorce

There is a variety of issues that can arise during the divorce process, but fortunately, the legal counsel at the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio is particularly skilled at handling these issues. A skilled attorney at the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio can assist a client with these various issues:

  • Child Custody and Support. Our legal team provides clients with information about how child support is calculated and what matters are deemed influential in child custody cases. By understanding the applicable law and how to create a strong case, our legal counsel is often able to help clients resolve the matter in a way that suits the best interests of a child or any children who are involved in the divorce process.
  • Maintenance. Maintenance, which is also sometimes called alimony or spousal support, is the amount of money that one spouse receives from the other as a form of financial support. Maintenance is not required in every divorce and is only intended as a rehabilitative method. A lawyer at the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio can help you determine if you might be entitled to maintenance after your divorce.
  • Modification of an Existing Support Order. After a divorce has been finalized, it is possible to alter some of the terms of the original agreement. Some of the most common types of modifications of divorce orders include altering the amount of maintenance or support that is received.
  • Property Division. In the state of Illinois, property is divided by equitable distribution. Sometimes, equitable distribution results in an equal split of assets between assets, but assets need not necessarily be distributed in such a manner. Instead, a court will analyze particular circumstances in deciding how to divide a couple’s assets. Our legal team can help represent you in a property division matter to make sure that you receive the largest amount possible to which you are entitled.

Obtain the Assistance of a Talented Illinois Divorce Attorney

If you are going through the divorce process, do not hesitate to contact a divorce attorney at the Law Office of Martoccio & Martoccio in Geneva, Illinois. Our legal team is skilled in divorce as well as many other issues often associated with divorce, including child custody, child support, and relocation. Contact our practice by calling 331-588-6611 or filling out an online form to schedule an initial consultation and learn how we can help you.

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