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Wakenight & Associates, P.C.

1100 Lake Street, Suite 120, Oak Park, IL 60301

Oak Park | 708-848-3159

DuPage County | 630-852-9700   Mokena | 815-727-6144

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B.A. Economics, University of Chicago 1980
J.D. University of Kansas School of Law 1988
Wakenight & Associates, P.C. 2001 - present
American Academy for Certified Financial Litigators
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Oak Park Divorce Lawyers

Family Law Attorneys For Asset Division, Spousal Maintenance, and Child Custody in Cook County

Whether you are considering the possible end of your marriage or have already filed for divorce, you most likely feel like you are being buried in an avalanche of negative emotions, worries about the future, concerns about your children, and confusion over complex legal and financial issues. The attorneys of Wakenight & Associates, P.C. can help you overcome this feeling by providing you with the understanding and representation you need throughout your divorce case. We will stand by your side as you work to reach a positive outcome to your case. Contact our office at 708-848-3159 to schedule your free consultation today.

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Divorce

High Conflict Divorce

Contentious divorce cases can become incredibly complex, especially when an ex-spouse become vindictive and attempts to hurt their former partner in any way possible. Our attorneys can address issues such as parental alienation by your children's other parent, concerns about your ex's substance abuse or mental health, or behaviors such as electronic monitoring and other forms of harassment.

High Net Worth Divorce

If you and your spouse own valuable assets, or if either of you earns a large income, you will likely need financial assistance throughout the course of your divorce case. In addition to determining how to resolve issues related to asset division, spousal maintenance, and child support, you may need to address matters such as ownership of real estate property, valuation of business interests, and attempts by a spouse to hide assets or income.

Family Law

Outside of divorce cases, family Law matters may involve a wide variety of concerns related to parents, children, grandparents, or other family members. Our attorneys can provide you with dedicated representation when establishing paternity for your children, which will ensure that parent/child relationships are protected and allow children to receive child support from both parents. We also work with families to ensure that all legal requirements are met in adoption cases.

Child Custody

Disputes over the allocation of parental responsibility may arise in divorce cases and also in situations where parents are separated or unmarried. We will work with parents to create a workable parenting plan that addresses child custody, parenting time/visitation, and child support. If necessary, we will also provide representation in disputes over parent/child relocation, and we can help protect the rights of fathers and stay at home parents. If a family's situation changes, we can assist with post-divorce modifications.

Family Law
From Our Blog

How Can I Protect My Family Business in an Illinois Divorce?

Nov 13, 2019

A divorce can be an intimidating experience for anyone, considering all the legal, financial, and personal issues that need to be worked out once a couple decides to part ways. Illinois is an “equitable distribution” state, which means marital property...

What Are the Penalties for Stalking During an Illinois Divorce?

Nov 06, 2019

A divorce can occur for many reasons, and domestic violence is one of the most serious issues that may lead to the end of a marriage. This type of abuse can take many forms, including harassment, stalking, and electronic monitoring....

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