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Kane County’s Premier
Family Law Firm

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A Firm Dedicated to Our Clients and Recognized by the Legal Community


Best 2023

At Weiler & Associates, Inc., we are committed to providing top-quality legal services to our clients, and we are proud to be recognized for our efforts by the legal community at large. Our firm is pleased to announce that our founding partner Rory T. Weiler was named the 2022 Lawyer of the Year for Family Law in Chicago by Best Lawyers. A peer-nominated award, this recognition commends Mr. Weiler for his exemplary service and dedication to his clients in and around the Chicago area.

St. Charles Divorce Lawyers


Compassionate Divorce Lawyers Serving Families in St. Charles and Kane County

When faced with a life-altering event like divorce, you want a lawyer who is both sharp and compassionate.

Sharp.

  • To help you define realistic goals and strategies to achieve them. To bring a confusion of issues into clear focus. To advocate effectively for your interests. To distill complicated financial and legal issues into simple, straightforward plans for your future.

Compassionate.

  • To listen to you and understand the unique needs of your family. To be attentive and responsive to you throughout the legal process. To deal with you fairly and honestly. To share wisdom gained through experience when your path forward seems unsure and you must make difficult choices.

Weiler & Associates, Inc.

Simply solving the most complex legal and financial issues of divorce and family law.

Testimonials
  • Tim Weiler has represented me very well in several issues over the last few years. Most recently he went above and beyond my expectations and couldnt be happier with the results. Not only is his knowledge of family law first rate, his communication and responses to questions is fast and accurate. Extremely easy to work with and always returns calls and emails very quickly. I trust his judgement and expertise completely and wouldnt think of using anyone else.

    - Satisfied Client

  • Rory is outstanding, he follows up on all matters, always kept me informed , treats people with respect, very knowledgeable, he has class and is respected by his peers. This firm is top notch from top to bottom.

    - John Annoreno

Property Division

The experienced divorce attorneys of Weiler & Associates, Inc. have led hundreds of women and men through the necessary process of property division, and you can rely on us to secure your fair share. Illinois law does not demand a 50/50 division of property but rather an equitable division that takes into consideration a long list of factors. We first apply forensic accounting methods to separate out non-marital assets that should remain your sole property. We then compile a comprehensive assessment of all shared marital property and identify every factor in your favor that we can press during settlement negotiations. At all times, we work toward your specific goals, such as to retain the family home or other specific assets.

High Asset and High Income Complex Divorce

High Asset and High Income Complex Divorce

Without experienced legal guidance, high-income families with large asset bases are at risk for severe financial losses and tax consequences in a divorce. In our tightly-focused practice of family and divorce law, Weiler & Associates, Inc. has successfully guided many business owners, executives, and high-earning professionals through the exhaustive and oft-exhausting process of asset documentation, appraisal, and division. We handle a wide range of complex divorces involving prenuptial agreements, multi-partnered family businesses, corporations, real estate holdings, multiple investment and retirement accounts, and inheritances. We also understand the unique needs and challenges of high net worth families with children and stay-at-home parents.

Business Owner Concerns in Divorce

Business Owner Concerns in Divorce

Many concerns can arise in a divorce that involves a family business, professional practice, or ownership interest in a closely-held corporation. The business can be put under significant strain by the opposing forces of the necessity to divide property and the importance of protecting the business's earnings to fund marital debt pay-off, child support, and other needs. Regardless of whether the business is deemed a marital or non-marital asset, its fair market value must be determined and that valuation will impact all aspects of the divorce settlement. There is also the risk of a spouse using the business to conceal assets. The dedicated attorneys of Weiler & Associates, Inc. will help you see the big picture, anticipating and addressing all of your concerns.

Meet Our Attorneys

Timothy Weiler

Timothy Weiler

Timothy Weiler a family law and divorce attorney serving the Kane County area. He is a member of the American Bar Association, ISBA, and KCBA. He has argued before the Illinois Supreme Court and won his case.

Rory T. Weiler

Rory T. Weiler

Attorney Rory T. Weiler is a member of the Leading Lawyers Network and recognized as a "Super Lawyer" as well as one of the "Best Lawyers in America". He practices Family law, focusing on child custody and complex economic issues.

FROM OUR BLOG

4 Things to Consider in a High-Net-Worth Divorce in Illinois

The legal process for divorce in Illinois is complex, but it is even more so for high-net-worth divorces. A high-net-worth divorce is one where at least one spouse has a significant amount of wealth. Illinois law does not specify a... Read More

My Fiance Does Not Want a Prenup. Should I Drop the Subject?

A prenuptial agreement is a document signed before marriage that outlines what will happen with certain issues in the event of a divorce. Because of this, some couples find the subject of a prenuptial agreement to be uncomfortable. Many people... Read More

When Should I Freeze Assets During a Divorce?

One of the more complex parts of a divorce proceeding is asset division. In this procedure, your divorce attorney and perhaps an accountant will help categorize certain assets as marital property or nonmarital property, and then negotiate with your spouse... Read More

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