Maintenance & Alimony

Maintenance / Alimony

Kane County Illinois alimony lawyer

Experienced Family Lawyer in Illinois

Skillfully Resolving Alimony and Spousal Maintenance Disputes

When determining alimony levels, also known as spousal support or spousal maintenance, judges have a great deal of discretion and flexibility. To understand the factors any individual judge will consider, a lawyer must be familiar with Illinois law and the family court judges.

Attorney Doug Warlick has been handling family law matters in the courts of Kane County and DuPage County for more than 30 years (since 1981). He is well acquainted with the local judges, and understands the approach that each judge takes when determining levels of alimony.

He is able to effectively present the case for or against alimony, in accordance with the predispositions of the judge and our clients' needs. Contact our office today to schedule a confidential consultation.

Providing Cost-Effective Representation for Family Law Matters

Because of Doug Warlick's extensive experience handling divorce and family law matters, he is able to provide cost-effective representation.

  • Attorney Warlick's familiarity with this area of law ensures that he doesn't have to spend client time learning the relevant laws. He is well-versed in the governing laws, and is therefore able to delve into the facts of each case immediately.
  • As a result of his prior experiences, he understands the likely outcomes of any particular situation, and won't waste time or money pursuing actions that will not lead to results.
  • Attorney Warlick is trained in collaborative law. Because of this training, he is able to work effectively in contentious environments to secure favorable outcomes for our clients.

When you bring your legal concerns to our offices, you will work directly with experienced attorney Doug Warlick throughout your representation. Contact our office today to schedule a discounted initial consultation.

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114 E. State Street, Geneva, IL 60134


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