Lake County and Chicago Law Attorney. Providing Trusted Guidance for Difficult Legal Issues
Legal matters that affect your family are deeply personal. Whether you are in the middle of a divorce, seeking a divorce, seeking child custody or fighting for alimony, you need an experienced lawyer who will listen to you and take the time to understand your needs. Your situation deserves attention and proper guidance through the legal process.
Drake Shunneson’s father practiced family law for over thirty years and Shunneson Law Office proudly carries on this tradition.
Drake Shunneson as represented clients in a wide variety of family law cases, including:
• Child custody and visitation
We know how difficult it is to make sound, logical and clear judgments in the middle of such an emotional matter and we serve you with a steady, kind hand. We know this will help you make sound decisions that will shape, not only your own future, but also the future of your entire family. We do so by keeping our clients informed of their progress and options and doing our best to find a reasonable solution for their problems.
Are you facing an end to your marriage? Are you worried about who will care for you or your child? Are you concerned about who will support you after a divorce? We are always here to help you overcome your obstacles and challenges. Contact us to schedule a consultation today. We have the ability to meet with you at any convenient Chicagoland location 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday. However, evening and weekend appointments are available upon request by calling 847-693-9120.
Attorney Shunneson is devoted to helping you through your difficult family law matter. Please contact him at (847) 693-9120 or Email him at email@example.com to discuss what he can do to assist you!
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