Washington Divorce Attorney
Divorce and Family Law Firm Serving Washington, IL
At McCall Law Offices, P.C., we offer personalized, individual service for
divorce and family law. Our firm's founder is a former Assistant State's
Attorney, and has gained great insight into trial preparation and presentation
during his years of service, both in civil and criminal prosecution. In
a divorce case, there are certain matters that cannot be resolved easily,
child custody, child support,
alimony or property division.
When these matters cannot be resolved through negotiation, as the other
party refuses to compromise, it may be necessary to take the case to trial
for resolution. In either case, the quality of your representation can
make the difference in "who gets what." Whether you are considering
a divorce and have not yet initiated proceedings, or realize that your
case will require a formidable litigator, we can help you with your case.
Divorce in Washington, IL: Child Custody and Support, Alimony and Asset Division
When the two parties are unable to communicate, emotions often run high
and the situation can escalate to the point where it appears that there
is no resolution possible without the intervention of the court. Even
these cases could be resolved through negotiations with the opposing attorney
in many cases. Having an attorney that has an exceptional level of insight
into how to bring these matters to an end, so you can move ahead with
your life, can be the best option. If it remains impossible to resolve
certain issues, litigation is the only choice.
Essentially, you need legal counsel that is talented in every aspect of
divorce law, whether a settlement is finally reached, or if your case
must go to trial. We are proud of the many favorable settlements we have
been a part of for our clients, and we invite you to find out more about
us by meeting with us, or reading more about us on our attorney profile.
If you are involved in a high asset divorce, where one or both parties
have a significant number of assets, the issues to resolve with regard
to property division can be far more complex. If you came to the marriage
with many assets, and these assets have increased in value, this increase
could be considered to be part of the marital property. Every divorce
is different, as different as those involved, and every couple has a unique
history, financial matters and issues regarding children. We have served
as counsel on many very difficult cases, as well as offering legal services
in uncontested divorce when the two parties can reach an agreement without
the need for a trial.
Contact us today for more information about divorce or other family law matter in Washington, IL.
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