Aurora Divorce Attorney
If you are considering a divorce, it is important that you consult with an experienced attorney that can help you make the right decisions about the myriad of complicated issues that you would be facing.
Whether your divorce will involve disputes about children, complex assets that require sophisticated financial advice, or you anticipate a relatively simple, uncontested divorce, it is always wise to have an experienced Illinois divorce lawyer review your situation. There may be issues that you have overlooked or problems that have not been fully considered that could arise in the future.
Divorce can be very emotional, stressful and often traumatic. The Law Offices of David Guy Stevens, LLC mission is to make sure that your family’s needs are met with caring and compassionate legal service. David Guy Stevens is dedicated to success and client satisfaction in divorce in Northern Illinois.
Every client’s situation is different, our approach to every client is based upon that person’s individual concerns. By encouraging client participation and by offering honest advice, comfort and support, we have found that we are better able to meet our clients’ needs.
Comprehensive DuPage, Kane, and Kendall Services
The Law Offices of David Guy Stevens, LLC handle all divorce-related legal matters, such as:
- Legal separation
- Contested and uncontested divorce
- Spousal maintenance / alimony
- Property division
- Enforcement of existing orders
We work with individuals and families who need strong and focused legal representation. Contact the Law Offices of David G. Stevens, LLC to schedule your free initial consultation. Call at (630) 901-5292
Recent Case Law and News:
Dissolution of Marriage 4th Dist
In re: Marriage of Price,2013 IL App (4th) 120155 (March 22, 2013) Vermilion Co. (KNECHT) Affirmed.
Court properly awarded wife $7500/month in permanent maintenance, and properly ordered husband to pay $15,000 toward wife’s attorney fees. Court properly balance the equities, and considered all financial issues affecting both parties, including distribution of parties’ assets, including that husband was awarded all of the parties’ businesses which produce gross annual incomes in excess of $1.7 milliion), liabilities, and wife’s award of maintenance. Court properly ordered husband to make equalization payment to wife of $330,275, in lump sum, within 90 days of judgment. (STEIGMAN and TURNER, concurring.)
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