St. Charles, Illinois-Civil Union Dissolution Attorney
Leading Civil Union Dissolution Attorney for Non-Traditional Couples
Just as a marriage between a husband and wife can sometimes end in divorce, so can a civil union between same-sex partners and non-traditional, heterosexual couples, end in dissolution.
At Shaw, Jacobs, Goostree & Associates, P.C., in St. Charles, Illinois, our family law attorneys have paved the way for couples, who need a civil union dissolution. No matter how complex your situation may be, our attorneys have more than 50 years of combined experience to offer you the legal guidance you need to successfully dissolve your civil union with peace of mind.
Contact us today for a free initial consultation to discuss your family law concerns, as it relates to civil union dissolution. We represent couples in Kane County, DuPage County, Kendall County and DeKalb County, for all family law and domestic relations concerns. Call (630) 584-4800.
Protecting Your Rights in a Civil Dissolution
Since the passing of the Illinois Religious Freedom Protection and Civil Union Act on June 1st, 2011, same-sex couples and heterosexual couples, who prefer to remain in a committed yet unmarried relationship, will virtually have the same rights, obligations, and legal protections at the state level, under the new Illinois laws surrounding civil unions.
Much like divorce or “dissolution of marriage”, a civil union dissolution addresses the issues of:
- Property Distribution
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Legal Separation
- Orders of Protection
- Visitation and
- Other Family Law Concerns
Contact Our Civil Dissolution Attorneys-St. Charles, Illinois
If you have any questions or concerns about your civil union and are contemplating a civil dissolution, contact Shaw, Jacobs, Goostree & Associates, P.C. in St. Charles, Illinois. To schedule your free initial consultation, call (630) 584-4800 today.
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