Chicago Domestic Violence Lawyers
Allegations of domestic violence impact a high-asset divorce proceeding in numerous ways in Illinois. In addition to possible criminal charges and penalties, those accused face damage to their reputations as they endure the criminal process. For those who own businesses, multiple homes and vacation properties, they also face actions in civil courts that lead to significant property being given to the allegedly abused spouse.
At Boyle Feinberg Sharma (BFS), our family law attorneys know the stakes are high for both the accused and the accusers. That awareness combined with dedication and diligence helps us provide the seasoned and sophisticated legal representation our clients need.
When Allegations Of Domestic Abuse Arise During A Divorce Proceeding
Janet E. Boyle, a top domestic violence attorney in Illinois, possesses nearly 30 years of experience in complex, high net worth divorce proceedings. She understands the emotionally charged and legally complex issues that arise when domestic violence is alleged. She is a skilled trial lawyer who employs strategies to secure the best possible outcome while minimizing the financial and emotional costs.
BFS, a team of divorce attorneys in Chicago and Arlington Heights, knows that domestic violence victims want safety and security. Those wrongly alleged to have committed physical abuse want the same peace of mind. However, they also need to have their names cleared. Accusations of domestic violence or a criminal record with convictions for the crime affect once-successful business owners from attracting customers, hiring employees and dealing with business associates.
Revenues dry up. Reputations are destroyed.
Criminal consequences are only the beginning in divorces where domestic violence is alleged. Acts of violence can be a significant factor into property division, specifically favoring the spouse that suffered abuse.
Chicago, Arlington Heights Domestic Violence Attorneys Handling Domestic Violence Cases in Illinois
Have you been wrongly accused of domestic violence in Illinois? Are you a victim of abuse who needs justice in both the criminal and civil courts? Contact Chicago & Arlington Heights divorce attorney Janet E. Boyle at 312-376-8860 or 847-394-3940, or write to us using this email form.