If you are going through a divorce, you are probably concerned about how much property you will be awarded. At Robert A. Chapski, Ltd., in Illinois, we work to ensure that our clients are awarded all the assets they are legally entitled to receive. Our lawyers will start by conducting a thorough analysis of your property to determine what is considered marital property and nonmarital property. We work closely with our clients, listening to their concerns and answering their questions to come to an accurate accounting of their assets as well as their debts.
Our Attorneys Have A Background In Accounting
Our attorneys have experience in accounting, asset valuation, business valuation and other areas important to the property division process during divorce or civil union dissolution. We may work with experts if needed, but our significant background and experience in this complex area benefit our clients because we can keep our expert fees to a minimum.
We take a team approach to property division, with our client playing a crucial role. While some standard factors play a role in how your property will be distributed, such as the length of your marriage, other circumstantial issues may also affect the final determination. This is why it is important that we spend time with you and listen to your story. Upon hiring our law firm, you will work directly with one of our experienced attorneys throughout your case.