When you hire a divorce attorney, you expect her to do the best possible work for you. While of course you’re not responsible for the quality of your attorney’s work, there are simple things you can do to help her work well and efficientl…
Elizabeth Lidd Factor, the principal attorney at the Law Office of Elizabeth Lidd Factor, P.C., has over thirty years of experience in the areas of civil litigation and family law. Elizabeth integrates her practical courtroom experience into both traditional legal and mediation services. She practices primarily in Cook, Du Page, and Will Counties.
In addition to having served as an Administrative Hearing Officer with the Expedited Child Supp…
I owned our house prior to our marriage—does my spouse have an interest?
Generally speaking, under current Illinois law, any property acquired prior to marriage, or during the marriage through gift or inheritance, remains the owner's non-marital property as long as the owner keeps the property in their name only. However, at times these non-marital properties can become partially or fully marital in character and subject to division in a divorce. A detailed consultation with your attorney will assist you in properly characterizing your property in a divorce.
Parking: We are conveniently located on La Grange Road, close to the Stevenson Expressway, Ogden Avenue, and the BNSF Metra line. Convenient, discreet parking at the side and back of the building. First floor office suite.