Skokie Divorce Lawyer
Proudly Serving Skokie
The Law Offices of Joshua E. Stern is a boutique divorce and family law firm located in downtown Evanston. We are proud to serve Skokie and the rest of Chicago’s northern suburbs. Indeed, many of our cases are handled at the Skokie Courthouse on Old Orchard Road. Our colleagues and clients reside in Skokie. We care about Skokie because we consider ourselves part of the community.
We understand that clients often start a case sad, scared, angry, confused, or just eager to wrap everything up as quickly as possible. There’s a lot of information available online, but it’s hard to figure out what matters and what doesn’t. The client’s issue is constantly on their mind, but they don’t have a clear path to resolving it.
Our job is easy. We provide guidance and answers. We tailor our representation to meet our clients’ needs. If your case is amicable, we’ll discuss the benefits of mediation and out-of-court negotiation. If your case is headed to court, we’ll let you know early on and explain all of your options, as well as our strategy for obtaining the best possible outcome. During times of uncertainty, it’s important that we empower our clients too.
What Makes Us Different?
Quite a bit. We understand how hard divorce, paternity, and child-related cases can be. Our job is simple and important: we resolve cases with favorable outcomes for the client, as defined by the client. It’s what family law should be.
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Contact a Skokie Divorce Lawyer
Call the Law Offices of Joshua E. Stern at (847) 868-9684 or contact us for a free consultation or to learn more about our services.
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Skokie Divorce & Family Law Services
- Attorney-Assisted Mediation
- Child Relocation and Removal
- Child Support
- Divorce (Dissolution of Marriage)
- Divorce Litigation
- Enforcement of Judgments
- Maintenance (Alimony)
- Modification of Judgments
- Negotiated Divorce Settlements
- Parental Allocation (Sole and Joint Custody)
- Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
- Property Division in Divorce
- Uncontested and Amicable Divorce