DuPage County Domestic Partnership Attorneys
Wheaton Lawyers Help Couples Living Together
In today's society, many couples are in committed relationships and choose not to get married. Due to recent legislation, unmarried couples can have many of the same rights and benefits of married couples. Schedule a consultation at any of our area offices to discuss your situation.
The DuPage County domestic partnership lawyers at Andrew Cores Family Law Group strive to stay abreast of any and all changes to family law in Illinois. Our attorneys have guided our clients through both cohabitation agreements and separation agreements. Trust our firm to carefully examine your unique situation and offer honest advice about the protections available to you.
Cohabitation Agreement Lawyers in Wheaton
In 2011, Illinois passed a law that officially recognized civil unions and domestic partnerships. This recognition opens the door for unmarried couples in committed relationships to put both names on legal documents, including mortgages, titles, wills, and powers of attorney. Our firm is experienced in helping clients complete these tasks as well as:
- Drafting cohabitation agreements
- Drafting separation agreements
- Resolving custody issues
When a relationship ends, there might be questions about property or assets gained during the domestic partnership. Our firm can draft a separation agreement that clearly stipulates property division, division of debt and child custody. We are proud to be at the forefront of this relatively new legislation and can answer any question you might have through a confidential consultation.
To arrange a consultation, contact Andrew Cores Family Law Group by calling 630-871-1002 or by completing our online form. With offices in DuPage County, Cook County, and Kendall County, we have experience helping clients throughout Illinois.