Helping You Through Divorce and Family Law Aurora, IL

Family law Aurora, IL issues push deep to the core of our lives. It is important that you have a family lawyer who you can count on to protect your rights and interests in these emotional issues.

With over 40 years of combined experience, our attorneys provide experienced and professional legal services in all areas of family law Aurora, IL and other related issues.

Chicago Family Law Attorneys Aurora, IL – Motta & Motta LLC

Our philosophy to family law is simple: to provide you with the legal advice and support you need in order to make sound, educated decisions that prepare you for your future. Contact Motta & Motta, LLC to discuss your family law Aurora, IL needs.

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DIVORCE

The breakdown of a marriage is usually one of the most difficult and painful experiences in a persons life.

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Child Support Attorneys Aurora, IL

CHILD SUPPORT

Child support will typically remain in effect until a child reaches 18 or graduates from high school.

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CUSTODY

Your children’s best interests are the dominant factor in Illinois courts’ child custody and parenting decisions.

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ADOPTION

A successful adoption requires careful planning and professional guidance through Illinois adoption law.

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Visitation Lawyers Aurora, IL

VISITION

Child visitation orders must accommodate the paramount consideration of assuring the child’s welfare.

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Parential Law Attorneys Aurora, IL

PATERNITY

Paternity is the legal relationship between a father and his child. Paternity cases involve children.

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All other aspects of family law Aurora, IL, including pre-nuptial agreements, agreed orders, post-nuptial agreements, mediation, annulments (declarations of invalidity); alimony (maintenance); grounds (irreconcilable differences, mental cruelty, adultery, habitual drunkenness, abandonment, et cetera); restricted and supervised visitation; orders of protection and Illinois Domestic Violence Orders; Orders for Withholding and garnishments; arrearages; venue, jurisdiction, court, attorney’s fees, pensions, retirements, worker’s compensation claims and personal injury cases in divorce cases; paternity, dissolution of marriage (divorce); subpoenas, financial issues, college expenses (post-secondary educational expenses), child custody (including all aspects such as settlement, joint custody, joint parenting agreements, guardian ad litem, psychologists, in camera interview, pre-trial and trial).

CRIMINAL LAW
DIVORCE LAW
FEDERAL CRIMES
CHILD SUPPORT

WHETHER YOU ARE SEEKING A FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY, DIVORCE LAWYER, MEDIATOR, OR GUARDIAN AD LITEM, OUR EXPERIENCE AND INFORMATION CAN BE INSIGHTFUL AND VALUABLE TO YOU.

Feel free to contact us at (630) 844-2766 to ask a question or set up a confidential free initial consultation.

For information on specific legislation pertaining to family law in Illinois, refer to the Illinois General Assembly Website

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

“Alison and her husband Bob WILL fight for your rights! Extremely smart and they definitely get the job done.
Talked to them in person after my life had suddenly been altered. They made me feel confident that I can live my life and I also loved the fact that on the very first phone call, Alison waz asking all sorts of questions. They really do care about you and you’re family and she even sends texts just to see how you’re doing. I can’t recommend them enough!”
Jason
“Bob handled my divorce. He was very prompt, efficent and professional throughout the entire process. When I first scheduled a consultation I was able to meet with him same day. The petition was filed two days later, and the entire case lasted a little over a year. It was a pretty brutal divorce, but Bob helped me focus on the things that were important and made the process a lot less painful. If I had to do it again, there is no doubt I’d go with Bob Motta.”
Allison D.