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If you're at the point in your life where you’re thinking about hiring a Chicago divorce attorney for – divorce, child custody dispute, child support, etc. – life has already become very complex. Chances are that your emotions are high and it can be difficult to know what to do. As your Divorce Attorney, we aim to change all of that.
This is an emmotional situation, which is something I hope I can help you handle. The sense of daze that clients often bring with them quickly gives way to a sense of safety.
The thing I hear from my clients consistently is how relieved they are to feel they finally have power on their side. Clients who before were fearful, tentative, unsure of what to do or of what to expect became transformed into confident and well-informed collaborators with us.
If you’re looking for a Chicago divorce attorney who does things differently, you have found your answer.
If you wanted to hire someone who is as much like all the rest of the family law attorneys in our area, you wouldn’t be reading this. I have one goal which is to: Solve the problems presented by my client. No matter how long it takes, or how difficult it is. I'm here for you until we reach the final goal.
Chicago family court litigation can be painful and difficult. I've tried to do everything I can to make this process easier for my clients. You can count on my experience to help make this process as easy as it can be.
My goal is to create productive, positive and cost effective family law and divorce solutions for our Chicago area clients. I realize the importance of knowing when to boldly and immediately confront an unreasonable adversary, and when escalating a conflict – and the financial and emotional costs that go along with it – is unnecessary.
Retaining a divorce lawyer who will work towards a settlement of all the issues in your divorce case is very important. I can help you reach a divorce settlement that addresses all the issues in your divorce including dividing property between separate property and marital property, property settlement (equitable distribution of marital property), alimony (spousal maintenance), child support, child custody and visitation.
The following is a link to the Illinois laws that govern Illinois divorce and family law cases:
Illinois Law - The Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act
Divorce attorney and CPA Brian J. Thompson represents clients in the Greater Chicago area.