Family And Divorce Lawyers Who Put Clients First
Reinventing family Law
Leading the way, Peskind Law firm has reinvented family law.
Divorce today is complex, and legal expertise alone is insufficient for people to achieve a successful divorce. Lawyers are trained as courtroom advocates and negotiators, but we are not necessarily experts in financial planning or the emotional challenges of family break up.
While every divorce is different, most involve three types of issues that often intersect:Read More
Peskind Law Firm
is a preeminent family and divorce law firm in Illinois that focuses on supporting our clients during a difficult period in their lives. We are based in St. Charles but serve cities throughout the Chicago area, including Wheaton, Geneva, Batavia, Elgin, Aurora, Naperville, Lombard, Hinsdale and surrounding areas. While we primarily work in Kane and DuPage Counties, we selectively handle cases in other parts of the State as well.
With decades of experience as family law attorneys, we understand the needs of clients facing these sensitive issues. At the Peskind Law Firm, we not only work tirelessly to achieve the best outcome for our clients, but we also work to make sure that our clients feel supported each step along the way. We pride ourselves on providing unparalleled levels of communication and professionalism.Learn More
Peskind Law Firm focuses on the legal, financial and emotional needs of our clients by creating a supportive team environment where all apects of the divorce process are addressed. We join forces with our clients to develop a comprehensive action plan for that is specific to each and every case.Learn More
Understandable Answers to Your Legal Questions by Steven N. Peskind.
Rules and Procedures for Effective Advocacy by Steven N. Peskind.
A Family Lawyer’s Guide to Preparation and Strategy
This essential handbook reveals the much changed face of family law in Illinois.
USE IT OR LOSE IT: A PARENT'S LACK OF IN...
by peskindlaw | May 21, 2019
The Illinois Adoption Act allows for the termination of parental rights in conjunction with an adoption. In order to do this, there must first be a showing that a biological parent is “unfit,” as defined in the adoption act. While the Adoption Act…
FINANCIAL FRAUD IN DIVORCE: HOW YOU CAN ...
by peskindlaw | Apr 17, 2019
If you believe that your soon-to-be ex-spouse will be honest about the disclosure and division of assets and income, think again! According to the National Endowment for Financial Education, nearly one-third of U.S. couples filing for divorce engage in financial infidelity. Financial fraud…
Understanding Temporary and Permanent Al...
by peskindlaw | Apr 3, 2019
Getting a divorce is stressful enough, but having to worry about your fur family as well is unbearable for most. A law effective January 1, 2018, allows Illinois courts to allocate the sole or joint ownership of (and responsibility for) a companion animal…
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