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Family Law

At Gullberg, Box & Worby LLC, we believe that family is important, and we know that family is important to you. We also know that when families experience problems and decide to divide, it is a difficult time that poses difficult questions:

I need to get a divorce:

  • How do I file for divorce? What is involved in the divorce process?
  • If I file for divorce, who will get custody of our children?
  • What do I need to do to make sure that my child(ren) receive support?
  • If I file for divorce, what will happen to our property?
  • If I file for divorce, will I have to pay? Will I be able to get maintenance?
  • What is maintenance?

We were never married:

  • We just split up, who will get custody of our child(ren)?
  • My child(ren) are living with their mother, can I get custody?
  • My child(ren) are living with their mother, can I get visitation with them?
  • What do I need to do to make sure that my child(ren) receive support?

Families with children know that, as children grow their needs change. For this very reason, family law judgments are never completely final as to custody, visitation, and support. As a result, the changing needs of children may create additional questions:

Our current child custody or visitation arrangement isn’t working:

  • What do I need to do to change our custody or visitation arrangement?
  • Will mediation be necessary?
  • Will this affect child support?
  • My children need a greater amount of support than we are currently receiving:
  • What do I need to do to change our child support arrangement?
  • When would a new child support arrangement take effect?

I am earning less money than when the last child support order was entered:

What do I need to do to change our child support arrangement? When would a new child support arrangement take effect?

My son/ daughter has graduated from high school:

  • What do I need to do to change our child support arrangement?
  • When would a new child support arrangement take effect?
  • What are my obligations or my spouse’s obligations concerning paying for my child’s college expenses?
  • What do I need to do to make sure my child receives support for college expenses?

At Gullberg, Box & Worby LLC, we make sure our clients know the answers to these questions and their legal rights and obligations through every step of the process. We treat each client and their case with the respect that it deserves and will always fight for their best interests.

Our Family Law attorneys serve the following counties in Illinois: Warren, Henderson, Hancock, McDonough, Knox, and Mercer. A free initial consultation is available.

The information provided on this page, and the pages associated with it are intended to provide general information. Each situation is unique, and we recommend that you contact an experienced Family Law attorney if you need assistance with a particular legal matter.