Military service can put a strain on relationships as spouses are forced to spend significant time apart from one another, often in different states or overseas. Sometimes the difficulties can be worked through; other times they cannot. The experienced attorneys at Lois Kulinsky & Associates, Ltd., understand this and realize that sometimes divorce is the best option. We are ready to answer your questions and provide exceptional, personalized service to address your needs and achieve your goals.
Divorce lawyer Lois Kulinsky has been helping clients through divorce and family law issues since 1980. She founded this firm in 1983 and has put together a team of talented attorneys and staff who work together to serve clients in greater Chicago and the north and northwest suburbs.
Contact our office online to schedule your free, half-hour initial consultation. You may also call us directly at 847-459-4448 (Wheeling office), (Buffalo Grove Office) or 847-281-0200 (Libertyville office), to discuss your situation and to learn more about our services.
Divorce Representation for Armed Service Members and Their Families
Military divorce involves many of the same issues addressed in a civilian divorce in Illinois, including child custody (parental responsibility), child support, alimony and the division of marital property. These issues are often more complicated for military families, however, because one spouse — or both — may be on active duty and stationed in another state or out of the country. There are also complications involving the calculation of military income, dividing future military pensions and allocating military benefits among spouses that must be addressed.
The law firm of Lois Kulinsky & Associates, Ltd., is ready to discuss your specific situation and discuss the options you have available. We understand that each individual has his or her own unique set of circumstances and goals, which is why we give each client the same high-quality, personalized service that he or she deserves.
How the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003 Could Affect Your Divorce
Servicemen and women are protected by the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act of 2003 against civil litigation while they are on active duty. This protection includes divorce actions, but it still might be possible to finalize a divorce while your military spouse is out of the country. Depending on your situation, our firm may be able to resolve your divorce matters via the Internet so you can focus on the next stage of your life.
Contact Us Now for a Free Consultation About Your Concerns
Contact us online today to schedule your free, half-hour initial consultation with one of our caring and knowledgeable divorce attorneys. Our main office is in Wheeling, and we also have an office in Libertyville and Buffalo Grove for your convenience.
We charge affordable rates and work as a team to maximize every dollar. Credit cards are accepted, and installment plans are available.