McHenry, Illinois, Family Law Attorney
In times of personal or family crisis, the assistance of a compassionate, knowledgeable family law attorney can be invaluable.
Navigating the complex legal structure of Illinois law as it relates to family-related disputes and obligations is difficult, especially if it involves a personal loss, divorce or issues relating to the welfare of children. I am attorney Scott W. Brammer, and I practice in the family law courtrooms of McHenry County on a regular basis.
I Am Experienced In Family Law
My experience also includes other legal matters that often accompany divorce, including allocation of parental responsibilities, parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance (formerly known as alimony), parentage, domestic violence, orders for protection, and post-decree matters. My firm, the Law Office of Scott W. Brammer, can assist you in revising your will, trust and beneficiary designations after a divorce to prevent your former spouse from inheriting your estate.
We Can Help Revise Your Estate Plan
You may need also need to revise your estate plan after other life-changing events such as a birth or death, change of personal fortunes, or an unfavorable medical diagnosis. Any of these may leave you wondering how you will support your family or protect your spouse and family.
We can assist you in the preparation of the following:
- Living wills
- Powers of attorney (health care and property)
Contact Us Today For Your Family Law Needs
The Law Office of Scott W. Brammer offers free consultations to individuals seeking legal representation in family law cases. If you are contemplating divorce, have been served with divorce papers, or have other family law matters as a result of divorce, my firm can help. If you are going through a bankruptcy, either prior to or after a divorce, I can also provide you with bankruptcy counseling to help you find a solution that fits your needs and situation.
The Law Office of Scott W. Brammer is a debt relief agency; I help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.