AMERICAN LAW OFFICES

AMERICAN  LAW OFFICES

PARVEEN K. GOYAL, ATTORNEY

ATTORNEY PARVEEN GOYAL
IMMIGRATION LAWYER FREE CONSULTATION IMMIGRATION LAWYER

CHICAGO LAWYER FOR FAMILY LAW


DIVORCE ATTORNEY IN INVERNESS, PALATINE, SCHAUMBURG, AND CHICAGO AND SURROUNDING SUBURBS.


During the pendency of a divorce proceeding, an important issue that needs to be addressed is that of maintenance (formerly known as alimony, and in some states called spousal support).


Our firm is aware of the emotional and financial hardships which some spouses go through during a divorce proceeding. Most often parties going through a divorce making decisions based on their emotions not on what they are entitled to. During this emotional time they often want to end the marriage quickly and do not take into consideration that they are entitled to certain benefits such as temporary and/or permanent maintenance.


As to maintenance, the Court considers many factors to determine whether maintenance should be awarded or not, and if so, in what amount. The following are some of the common factors that the courts take into consideration


  • How long the marriage lasted
  • the income and property of each party, including marital property and non-marital property assigned to the party seeking maintenance
  • the needs of each party
  • any impairment of the present and future earning capacity of the party seeking maintenance the present and future earning capacity of each party
  • any valid agreement of the parties
  • the standard of living established during the marriage
  • contributions and services by the party seeking maintenance to the education, training, career or career potential, or license of the other spouse.
  • The time necessary to enable the party seeking maintenance to acquire appropriate education, training, and employment, and whether that party is able to support himself or herself through appropriate employment or is the custodian of a child making it appropriate that the custodian not seek employment

We have the knowledge and experience to fight for the rights you deserve and will guide you through the process. You do not need to feel helpless and financially strapped during the divorce proceedings, as you may be entitled to temporary maintenance and later on permanent maintenance depending on the circumstances.


For a Caring, Easily Accessible and Experienced Lawyer Whose Fees are Affordable, Contact the Law Offices of Parveen Goyal at (847) 584-7617 or (847) 241-2078


Free Initial Consultation of 30 minutes or less For DUI, Divorce and Personal Injury.
To set up a meeting with an experienced Chicagoland Lawyer, contact our office by e-mail or call us at (847) 584-7617 or (847) 241-2078.  We will meet with you between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend consultations are available upon request. Credit cards are welcome, and we do have payment plans available.


Attorney Goyal is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Indian American Bar Association, and Northwest Suburban Bar Association.


 

American Law Offices 

Parveen K. Goyal Attorney at Law


1625 West Colonial Parkway

Inverness, IL 60067


Call:

(847) 584-7617 or (847) 241-2078

WE ARE LOCATED AT 1625 WEST COLONIAL PARKWAY, INVERNESS, IL 60067. LOCATED Across FROM HARPER COLLEGE, NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF ROSELLE AND ALGONQUIN, OUR OFFICE IS SURROUNDED BY THE SUBURBS OF SCHAUMBURG, PALATINE, ROLLING MEADOWS AND BARRINGTON. WE ARE EASILY ACCESSIBLE VIA ALL EXPRESSWAYS, I-90, I-290 AND I-355.


Please contact the law offices of Parveen K. Goyal at (847) 584-7617 with questions about your legal issue, providing as much information as possible regarding your inquiry. While this contact does not serve to establish an attorney/client relationship, it will allow us to begin an assessment of your case.