Protecting Your Rights And Interests
Divorce and separation implicate a host of legal issues. In divorce, many issues must be resolved, from property division to alimony. Child custody is often a central concern in both divorce and separation.
No matter the particular issues involved, hiring a family law attorney can ease the transition through this major step in life. An attorney can advocate for your interests and protect your rights.
Comprehensive Family Law Services
At McCarthy & Allen, a law firm in Madison County, our divorce and family law attorney offers personalized legal representation in all types of family law cases. We provide sound legal counsel to help clients resolve disputes and obtain a fair outcome.
Our practice encompasses the following areas, among others:
- Child custody and visitation
- Property division
- Business valuation
Property Division For Complex Marital Estates
In Illinois, property is divided according to equitable distribution, which means courts will consider a variety of factors to effectuate a fair division. Hiring a competent family law attorney can help protect your rights in property division. At McCarthy & Allen, our attorney is a strong advocate for clients seeking to exercise their rights with regard to simple or complex marital estates.
Property division often encompasses all types of property such as:
- Marital home
- Real estate
- Retirement accounts and 401(k)s
- Business interests
For couples who jointly own a business, our firm will draw on the expertise of accountants and other professionals when necessary to obtain a business valuation and ensure a fair division of this valuable asset.
Property Division, Divorce And Child Custody Lawyers In Edwardsville Area
To learn more about our family law practice, call McCarthy & Allen at 618-307-4099 or toll free at 888-847-9322. You can also contact us online. We offer flexible appointment hours for your convenience. Our office is located in Glen Carbon. We represent clients throughout the St. Louis metro and surrounding areas.