"During this COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to provide collaborative family law services for divorce, post-decree, pre and postnuptial, and parentage matters. All negotiations are done outside of the court process and we are able to have these collaborative settlement meetings virtually, through audio/video meeting technology. This allows us to abide by the Federal and State guidelines for "social distancing" while continuing to move your case to full and final resolution. In addition, courts in the Chicago metropolitan area are now operating through a combination of in-person and virtual court proceedings, depending on the county. After a few months of delays, we are now able to move court cases forward. Of course, as always, we continue to provide free initial consultations, which can be performed virtually using audio/video technology. We look forward to serving you soon." -- Lawrence Manassa

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What are the Legal Requirements for Divorce in Illinois?

What are the Legal Requirements for Divorce in Illinois?

Understanding the legal process of divorce before you begin can help you avoid common pitfalls that often occur during a divorce. Each state has its own requirements for filing for divorce and Illinois is no different. Having a skilled and experienced Illinois divorce attorney can help you navigate this very difficult and confusing time in…

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Reasons to Consider a Prenuptial or Post-Nuptial Agreement

Reasons to Consider a Prenuptial or Post-Nuptial Agreement

Money issues and communication troubles are two of the top three reasons most couples get divorced. As such, planning for the future and for any complications down the road may be the best way to provide both parties with peace of mind and prevent disastrous and painful divorces. There are multiple ways a couple can…

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How are Retirement & Investment Accounts Divided in an Illinois Divorce?

How are Retirement & Investment Accounts Divided in an Illinois Divorce?

You work hard for your money, and you’ve planned meticulously for your future, including your retirement. Unfortunately, a divorce can throw a wrench into those plans. However, with an experienced Barrington divorce attorney on your side, your divorce doesn’t have to derail your life goals. The first step towards protecting your retirement and investment accounts…

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