DuPage County Complex Divorce Law Firm

Dissolving a marriage is an involved process that has many moving parts. Arrangements must be made for how assets will be divided, who will care for the children, and other important matters. Some divorces involve more complex situations. At the Law Offices of Kenny & Kenny, we are experienced in dealing with complicated divorces. We aim to simplify complex divorces as much as possible and streamline the divorce process for all of our clients. Achieving an effective and efficient divorce resolution is our top priority.

Complex Financial Matters in a Divorce

Complex divorces often involve significant and/or diverse financial holdings. Division of property matters in these cases can be challenging for attorneys who are not experienced in this area. Our attorneys understand how to equitably divide even the most complex marital estates. We obtain accurate asset valuations and work together with accountants and financial experts to ensure our clients receive a fair settlement or judgment. Classification of an asset as a marital or non-marital asset is often at the center of property division disputes in a complex divorce. Our attorneys are knowledgeable about how these assets are defined under Illinois law and have the experience to effectively represent our clients’ interests in every dispute.

Child custody and parental responsibilities disputes can also make for a complex divorce. This is particularly true if either parent does not want to stay in the same state after the divorce is finalized. We have experience handling even the most complex child-related matters. We strongly advocate for our clients interest both in and out of family court.

To discuss your complex divorce with an experienced family law attorney, contact us to schedule a one-hour initial consultation. We will answer your questions and give you an assessment of how your case should progress through the divorce process. Our firm is located in Wheaton, IL and we counsel and represent clients through the Chicagoland area including DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Will and Cook Counties.