Adoption is a process that brings families together. While this process is detailed and at times invasive, it can be easier if you work with an experienced attorney. At Wolfe & Stec, Ltd., we represent parents adopting children throughout Illinois and have significant experience handling adoption, contested adoptions, stepparent adoptions and more.
We are compassionate, assertive and offer straightforward advice for our clients. Whether the family law issue you are facing is complex or straightforward, we will give you the attention you deserve. As experienced trial lawyers, we take a straightforward and thorough approach to preparing cases. We are here for you throughout every step of the legal process.
With office locations in Woodridge and Chicago, we represent clients throughout the entire Chicagoland area. Call our DuPage County adoption attorneys today at 630-305-0222 or 312-388-7882 to schedule a free initial consultation.
At Wolfe & Stec, Ltd., we are very thorough in explaining the adoption process for clients and make certain that questions are always answered promptly. We will help make this process as seamless as possible, and work to identify and resolve potential issues before they even start. In addition to adoptions, we also handle related issues such as guardianships and conservatorships.
Our team has significant experience in this unique area of law and is happy to answer your questions about contested adoptions. We will discuss issues that could affect a contested adoption, such as abandonment, and what rights you have under Illinois laws.
We do not charge for the first consultation and are happy to schedule consultations at either of our offices, which are located in Woodridge and Chicago. Contact us at 630-305-0222 or 312-388-7882, today.
During trial four experts all testified against our client the Judge found it was in the best interest of the child that our client be awarded custody. We have successfully represented clients in numerous child custody cases.
We recently analyzed a case whereby the opposing side was seeking a substantial award of maintenance against our client. After a thorough review of the facts and circumstances and several hearings, our client’s obligation to pay maintenance was limited to two years at half of what his former spouse was seeking.
After our client voluntarily changed employment we were able to obtain a substantial reduction in child support payments. We have also stopped such reductions when representing clients receiving child support.