Military members face a great number of challenges going through a divorce or dealing with related family law issues. Everyone in the family is affected, especially parents who are on assignment. At Wolfe & Stec, Ltd., we work with military members and their spouses and help make divorce, custody and other family law issues less burdening to their families.
We have significant experience in family law and are known throughout Chicago for our trial experience. As trial lawyers, we are diligent in our preparation process and thorough in the approach that we take to investigating legal cases.
With office locations in Woodridge and Chicago, we represent clients throughout the entire Chicagoland area. Call our DuPage County military divorce attorneys today at 630-305-0222 or 312-388-7882 to schedule a free initial consultation.
The attorneys at our firm handle all types of legal issues affecting military families, including:
We take a thorough approach to working with our military family law clients. First, we will determine if you are able to file divorce in Illinois (it must be the state of residence). If we are able to help you, we will listen carefully to your side of the story and about your goals for the situations.
There are many common misconceptions about military divorce and how it is different from civilian divorce. We will make sure that you fully understand the legal process and that we help develop a legal strategy to pursue what best fits your needs.
We help service members with all types of legal issues that may arise during the divorce process. If you have questions or want to schedule a free initial consultation, please contact us at 630-305-0222 or 312-388-7882. We will schedule appointments at either of our offices, located in Woodridge and Chicago.
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.