Fighting to Protect What Matters Most
Nothing is more important to you than your family. At Tess, Crull, & Arnquist, nothing is more important to us than protecting your relationship with your children, safeguarding your finances, and making sure you have a future worth living.
We know that family law touches every area of a person’s life. Whether you are getting divorced or need help fine-tuning your custody and support arrangements, we can make sure your personal legal and financial interests are served.
Our Family Law Practice
Our Illinois family law attorneys bring nearly 60 years of family law experience to the issues facing adults and children. We handle all aspects of family law, including:
- Child custody and parenting time
- Child support
- Division or marital property
- Post-decree modification
- Spousal support (alimony)
- Stepparent adoption
Every family is different. We will take the time to get to know you so we can help you achieve a solution that best serves you and your children.
Experienced Navigation for the Divorce Process
You don’t have to go through the divorce process alone. An experienced divorce lawyer from our firm can guide you every step of the way. From protecting your relationship with your children to ensuring you have the financial resources to thrive after your divorce, we will focus on achieving your objectives as efficiently as possible.
As an established family law firm, we understand the full scope of legal issues relating to divorce. This allows us to take a preventive approach to the divorce process; as they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. By addressing potential issues during the divorce process, we are able to limit exposure to costly litigation.
Ready To Do Whatever It Takes
We are skilled negotiators and proven trial lawyers. By preparing every case for the possibility of trial, we are able to negotiate from a position of strength. This is crucial in achieving solutions efficiently, saving our clients’ time and money while protecting them from undue stress.