At Hammer Serna & Quinn, LLC, our Chicago complex property division lawyers provide zealous, results-focused legal representation clients. Your property rights matter. If you have any questions about complex property division and divorce, we can help. To set up your strictly confidential consultation with an Illinois family law attorney, please contact our Chicago law office today.
When a married couple files for divorce, they will need to divide their assets and liabilities. Illinois is an equitable distribution state. In effect, this means that state laws call for all marital property to be split in a “fair” manner.
To be clear, fair does not mean equal—at least not in every case. Equitable distribution of assets may or may not be an even split depending on the facts of your case.
Dividing certain types of property is easier than others. Once the proper distribution of property is determined, the proceeds in a checking account can simply be divided accordingly. Other property is far more challenging to divide. With complex property, there are often more complicated issues that need to be addressed such as tax ramifications, estate planning issues, etcetera. Our Chicago, IL family lawyers help people divide complex property and assets in Illinois. It is important that your attorney know and advise you of the implications of dividing these types of complex property. Examples of complex property that we can help you with include:
Dividing property in a divorce is never easy—particularly if you and your spouse own complex assets. At Hammer Serna & Quinn, LLC, we have deep experience handling complex family and divorce cases in Illinois. Among other things, our Chicago complex property division lawyers will:
At Hammer Serna & Quinn, LLC, our Illinois complex property division lawyers are experienced, effective advocates for clients. We have the skills and legal experience to help you navigate a complex property division case. To arrange your strictly confidential divorce & family consultation, please contact our law firm today. From our Chicago office, we handle complex property division matters throughout the region, including in Cook County, DuPage County, Lake County, and Will County.
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