If you are going through a divorce, you should know that you will need to make several important and challenging decisions that will impact both you and your loved ones.
With more than 10 years of experience in divorce and family law matters, Andrea Heckman Law is prepared to assist you. When you are exploring divorce-related legal options, we will support you and work to safeguard your interests at every step of the process. Our attorneys can help you through many important, divorce-related issues, including child custody, visitation and parenting time to preserve you and your child’s positive relationship. We represent clients in high-asset divorce cases, spousal support and alimony, property partition, and matters involving restraining orders.
Our law firm is dedicated to serving clients who seek a trial lawyer’s assistance with family law, divorce, and divorce-related issues. We can answer your questions about divorce matters and the legal process for ending your marriage in the state of Illinois. Our firm can handle the complex issues which often arise in divorce cases.
Come to our relaxed office, talk over the phone or connect via video to discuss what matters most to you. We make it easy to connect so that you can get the help that you need.
We dig deeper to account for how your needs intersect with the legal obstacles. Then we plot the best plan to quickly achieve your goals towards a bright future.
Our execution of your plan with the very best service allows you to secure the fair outcome you and your family deserve.
Making sure this is the best
decision for you and your family.
Find a lawyer you are comfortable with
who has good experience.
Prepare divorce petition
and file it with the court.
Comprehensive financial disclosures
filled out by both parties.
Agree on parental responsibility
and parenting time.
Information disclosure on
Settle all relevant issues
in your divorce.
Divide property and assets
as the decree requires.
Your plan should be designed alongside
a qualified legal advocate.
Gather information about what and who
will be addressed in the plan.
Prepare a draft of
the estate plan.
Review all drafted documents
Review accuracy and
finalize the estate plan.
Documents are signed,
witnessed, or notarized.
Modify beneficiary designations
and ownership of assets.
Trusts, wills, and other documents
may need updates in the future.
Please contact our law office in Rolling Meadows for legal assistance with divorce, child custody, or visitation issues. We serve clients in the Chicago metropolitan area who need the help of an experienced and dedicated family law attorney.