Our Westmont, Illinois Divorce Attorneys: Protecting Your Rights, Your Security and Your Future in Divorce

A divorce is disruptive — personally, financially and emotionally. The outcome of a divorce can have a long-term impact on your security as well as your relationships with your loved ones. At Hubeny & Zaba, LLC, our Westmont, Illinois divorce attorneys understand the gravity of every case and will work tirelessly to protect your rights and long-term interests. We will take the time to understand your unique concerns, answer your questions, and effectively accomplish your goals.

Long-Term Solutions for Your Family

We are a service-oriented firm, taking a compassionate and personalized approach to protect the interests of our clients and their families. Our priority is to ensure that you are on firm financial footing and that you have the legal agreements in place to protect your rights and the best interests of your children. While the emotional toll of a divorce can be challenging, you can leave technical and legal issues to us so that you can begin healing and move forward.

Personalized Support and Accessibility

When you work with our firm, we will remain attentive and available at every stage of your case. Our family law attorneys are highly accessible and promise to be there every step of the way. When working on complex cases involving child custody, you want to know that your children will be protected during and after a divorce. We will work within standard guidelines and Illinois laws, developing a solution that meets your needs and protects your children.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation with a Divorce Lawyer

Call 630-455-0500 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation directly with one of our Westmont divorce lawyers. We respond promptly to all emails and after-hours messages.

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