We Protect Your Interests During A Difficult Time

Ending a marriage raises tough issues. How do you protect your interests without escalating the conflicts that led to divorce? How do you spare more trauma to the children without sacrificing your own rights? The right lawyer can soften the impact and discover solutions that benefit all parties.

Additionally, it's important to prepare for life after divorce. At Zuba & Associates, P.C., we explain the financial and legal consequences of divorce, including how your taxes, real estate plan, health insurance coverage and child custody rights will be impacted.

Rockford, Illinois, family law attorneys James T. Zuba and Mark F. Aiello both present a strong voice for our clients, and both are aggressive in negotiations or in court. Jim and Mark are practical advocates whose philosophy is to avoid a costly and destructive legal fight unless necessary.

We represent men and women in Winnebago County and surrounding counties in all divorce-related law matters:

Zuba & Associates, P.C. handles all issues of Illinois family law:

  • Stepparent adoption — assisting in the formal adoption of a stepchild (or grandchild), including proceedings to terminate the rights of a biological parent
  • Prenuptial agreements — drafting premarital agreements to identify joint and separate property, and preserve inheritance rights for children of a first marriage
  • Paternity actions — to secure child support for a single parent raising a child, or to assert a father's visitation rights
  • Domestic violence orders — helping victims of domestic violence obtain temporary restraining orders and permanent protection orders, or defending against the issuance of such orders.

Find out why former clients recommend us to resolve your family law issues.

Rockford, Illinois, family law attorney James Zuba is a former prosecutor and CPA. Attorney Mark Aiello is an experienced family law attorney with significant litigation experience. Jim and Mark have the litigation experience and financial background to stand up for your rights and keep the other side honest. Call 815-315-9351 or use our online contact form to schedule a consultation.