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Reeder & Brown, P.C.

Will County Divorce Lawyers

Will County Divorce Lawyer

Divorce Attorneys to Protect Your Assets and Parental Rights in Joliet and Plainfield

If you are thinking about divorce, it can help to start with considering this question: What are your goals?

For example, are you most concerned with:

  • Protecting assets you owned prior to the marriage?
  • Making sure you are not saddled with your spouse's credit card debt?
  • Receiving more than half of the marital assets because you earned a larger share of the family income?
  • Receiving adequate spousal maintenance and/or child support to maintain your lifestyle?
  • Ensuring that your children live with you all or most of the time?
  • Securing your right to make major decisions about your children's lives, such as their religious upbringing, education, and healthcare?
  • Protecting yourself and other family members from your spouse's bad behavior, such as abusive language, physical violence, or drug/alcohol abuse?
  • Resolving your divorce in an amicable fashion?

Choosing Your Will County Divorce Lawyer

Whether your biggest concerns involve finances or family matters, your attorney will play a major role in determining whether you get the divorce settlement you want. Your attorney can also make a big difference in how difficult and stressful the divorce process is.

At the law offices of Reeder & Brown, P.C., we understand that the divorce process requires you to make many decisions that will affect your life for months and even years to come. You can count on us to listen carefully to your goals and desires. Once we have a solid understanding of your situation, we can work efficiently to create a divorce settlement that meets your needs. At each step of the process, we will provide you with sound legal counsel to help you make wise decisions.

Our Will County Divorce Services

At Reeder & Brown, we are, first and foremost, committed to protecting your rights and interests in your divorce proceedings. We will seek the best possible outcome for you in all aspects of your divorce settlement agreement, including:

  • Differentiating marital from non-marital property, so that you retain full control of assets such as retirement savings that you owned prior to the marriage and so that you are not held responsible for your spouse's premarital or personal debts.
  • Dividing marital assets and debts in an equitable manner.
  • Setting a reasonable schedule for spousal maintenance (i.e., alimony) when appropriate.
  • If you have children at home:

Joliet Divorce Lawyers Serving Will County

The attorneys of Reeder & Brown, P.C. provide divorce, family law, and criminal defense services to clients throughout Will County, including the communities of Bolingbrook, Crest Hill, Joliet, Lockport, Plainfield, and Shorewood. Contact us in our Joliet office at 815-472-8580 for a free consultation.

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