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Fair Property Division In Divorce

Divorce may be one of the most emotionally and financially trying experiences you have ever faced. Whether you have children or not, decisions about dividing assets and debts can come when you are least equipped to handle them.

I am Kevin W. Thomas, an experienced divorce attorney. Through my law firm, I have successfully represented dozens of clients who needed legal help with dividing property in a divorce. Let me help you get past the difficult present and on to a brighter future.

For a free initial consultation, call 630-485-8012. Evening and weekend appointments are available. Based in St. Charles, the firm serves clients throughout the tri-city area.

What Will Become Of Your Assets?

Because Illinois is an equitable division state, any assets you acquired jointly during your marriage must be divided "equitably" upon your separation or divorce.

Homes, vehicles, important possessions and even debts your spouse ran up during your marriage can be assigned in any way a divorce judge decides, provided each party receives what the court considers an equitable share.

Although divorcing spouses may be tempted to take the other side to court in an attempt to maximize their asset recovery, in almost all cases, spouses are better served if they can divide their assets through a negotiated or mediated settlement.

As an experienced division of assets attorney, I can negotiate with the other side, so that you can keep the assets that are most important to you. In the end, this can save you and your divorcing spouse significant amounts of money, time and grief, as well as limit the damage to your relationship, which can be especially important if you share custody of a child.

Call Today For A Free Consultation

No matter how complicated your divorce, I am an experienced lawyer who can work to reach the outcome you desire. For a free consultation, call my office or complete the online form.

Divorce FAQ


How long will my divorce process take?


You can be divorced in as little as three weeks if there are no children involved and everything has been agreed upon by the parties. If children are involved, the parents must first complete a court mandated parenting education class regarding divorce and its effects on children....


Upon graduating from the John Marshall Law School in 1994, Kevin W. Thomas began his legal career as a lawyer with the Legal Aid Bureau in Chicago assisting low income families with family law matters. He has extensive experience...

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DuPage County Bar Association Family Law Committee
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