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The first step in getting started is to call the North Shore of Chicago divorce lawyer of Sylvester Law Firm at (847) 251 – 2999 to initially converse about your Illinois divorce and/or family law case.

During your initial discussion with the north suburban Chicago divorce attorney, an appointment will be scheduled and you will be informed as to what you need to do to prepare for the first meeting.

If you will be meeting with the north suburban Chicago family law attorney of Sylvester Law Firm to talk about divorce, you should complete the following Fact-Gathering Questionnaire for Divorce Cases , and bring it to the first attorney-client meeting along with the documents listed on the following Documents to Bring to Your First Appointment form.

Prior to your first meeting with the North Shore of Chicago divorce attorney of Sylvester Law Firm, you should review the following Engagement and Fee Agreement , which will be discussed at your first meeting.

We look forward to meeting you in-person at the first attorney-client meeting. If you have questions that cannot wait until the first meeting, we invite you to call the Chicago divorce attorney at (847) 251 – 2999 to get answers to your important questions. Your calls and e-mails are always welcome.

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Wilmette, IL 60091. View Map
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