In any divorce or family law issue, there are a number of factors that could determine someone’s future or finances. Our team at Anderson and Associates, P.C., in Chicago, Illinois, knows that these matters are highly sensitive not only because of the people involved, but also because of the potential consequences. We have seasoned attorneys at our law offices who have handled these cases at every level, from drafting prenuptial agreements to taking cases to an appeals court. The attorneys at our law offices each bring invaluable skills to our practice. For example, we are able to offer Polish-language legal services and have an attorney who is pursuing a Master of Laws in taxation. Our mediation and collaborative law experience enables us to help clients find the best path toward resolution. We also provide representation in criminal law, estate planning and bankruptcy cases. When we are not working with clients, our attorneys are active in legal organizations that enhance our services. We are members of groups such as the Illinois State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, the American Bar Association and the Cook County Bar Association. At Anderson and Associates, P.C., we accept credit cards and we offer free consultations for our clients. We have four law offices located around DuPage and Cook counties: Schaumburg, Wheaton, Orland, and Chicago. Anderson and Associates, P.C., is a debt relief agency. Its attorneys help people seek bankruptcy protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
20 N. Clark StreetSuite 2720Chicago, IL 60602
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