Illinois Divorce law drastically changed in 2016. At Hunn Law Group we keep up-to-date on changes in the law, how it will affect you and potentially your children. We will explain your rights, and work with you to reach the best possible outcome. Hunn Law Group can also assist you in pre-marital planning, such as prenuptial agreements.
When the divorce laws changed in 2016, so did the laws concerning the care, control, and support of children. Parenting time (formerly known as custody) is an important issue and the courts will make a determination based on what is in the best interest of the children. Having a knowledgeable attorney on your side, like the attorneys in our firm, can make a world of difference for you and your family. Whether you need assistance in creating a new plan or support obligation, or to modify an existing one, we will evaluate your individual circumstances and work to get you the result you desire.
If you are facing criminal charges, you need an attorney who is committed to your case as much as you are. Whether it is a felony, misdemeanor, or even a traffic ticket, don’t enter the courtroom alone. Daniel and Patrick understand these laws and the possible consequences you face and will diligently advocate for you and your rights.
No one likes planning for what happens when their life comes to an end. However, having a plan in place can make things easier for the loved ones you leave behind. Having a trust and/or will properly prepared will help that your wishes are heard, even after you are gone. At Hunn Law Group, we will listen and take time to understand your needs and wishes before we put them down on paper.
We take cases all over Southern Illinois, including the following counties : Saline (Harrisburg), Williamson (Marion), Hamilton (McLeansboro), White (Carmi), Franklin (Benton, Gallatin (Shawneetown), Hardin (Elizabethtown), Pope (Golconda), Massac (Metropolis), Union (Jonesboro) Jefferson (Mt. Vernon), and Jackson (Murohysboro).