Family law encompasses many issues that are not only numerous but also extremely complex. While divorce is common in Illinois, some divorces are much more complex than others and involve complex family law litigation. When facing any of these issues, it is important to speak to an Illinois family lawyer who can help you through them.
No divorce is easy, but there are some cases that are more complex than others. High asset divorces involve family-owned businesses, commercial real estate, international investments, and more complicated issues. Retirement assets are also subject to Illinois’ property division rules when a married couple owns them, and the allocation of parental responsibility and parenting time is always a complex issue. While many people do not think about it, divorce also brings up complex tax matters that must be sorted during the process.
When families cannot resolve disputes through other methods such as mediation or collaborative law, they must go through complex family law litigation. A few of the most complex issues that arise during family law litigation include property division, paternity, custody litigation, income assessment, and domestic violence restraining orders. When families cannot resolve these issues on their own, they must appear in family court, where a judge will make the final decision on any dispute.
If you are facing complex family law issues, our Chicago family attorneys at Harrison & Held, LLP, are here to help. We will advise on any legal issue you are facing, ensure your rights are not violated, and help you come to a swift resolution that is in your best interests. Call us today or contact us online to schedule a meeting with one of our attorneys so we can get started on your case.
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