Experienced Divorce Lawyers Committed To Your Best Interests

Whether you expect your divorce to proceed smoothly without prolonged litigation, or you believe that a number of aspects will be aggressively contested, it is important to have an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney protecting your interests.

The law firm of Bolz & McCarty, LLC, in West Dundee, Illinois, has represented residents of the Fox River Valley in divorce and other family law matters for more than 60 years. Our emphasis on preparation and attention to detail allow us to put our clients in the best possible position to begin their post-divorce lives.

Despite having handled thousands of divorces, we take the time to review each client's situation in order to develop a legal strategy that addresses each client's objectives.

If you have questions or concerns about how new Illinois family law changes will impact your situation, please reach out to our law firm for more information.

Seasoned Divorce Counsel In Illinois

We have extensive experience working on complex divorces involving multimillion-dollar estates. We have a full understanding of what needs to be addressed regarding tax issues, investment properties, trust funds, pension plans and family-owned businesses. If necessary, we can use highly qualified accountants and valuation specialists to accurately value major assets in order to protect your interests.

We resolve issues such as child custody/parenting time and property division through negotiations whenever possible in order to save clients the cost and stress of prolonged litigation. By doing so, you and your spouse retain control over the structure of your post-divorce life rather than allowing a judge who does not know you or your children to make these critical decisions.

Mr. McCarty has tried or settled many custody and visitation matters, which includes the use of opinion and expert witnesses.

If a fair agreement cannot be reached, however, our lawyers are always prepared to go to trial to protect your rights. Our experience and knowledge allow us to fully explain all of your legal options and provide insight into what a family court judge may decide if your case goes to trial.

If your divorce is already final and you need to modify a custody or child support agreement, we have thorough knowledge of the procedure to amend a court order. This may be necessary due to long-term unemployment, if a parent moves further away or a change in the child's needs. We also help with enforcement of child support or parenting time/parental responsibility issues if a party is failing to comply with a court order.

We welcome the opportunity to review the facts of your case during a free, no-obligation consultation. Contact us to schedule an appointment.