DuPage County Family Lawyer, Chuck Roberts
Experience Handling Complex Cases
With 33 years of experience handling every aspect of high-stakes divorce and custody litigation, Chuck Roberts of the law firm of Momkus McCluskey Roberts LLC has gained a sizeable reputation in the community for his ability to handle complex cases at an appropriate cost. Chuck is the chair of his law firm’s family law group, and regularly represents professionals, business owners, sports figures, entertainers, medical doctors, psychologists, lawyers, engineers, accountants, and their spouses. Chuck Roberts frequently draws from his knowledge and experience to educate other lawyers on family law-related topics, including: complex matrimonial litigation, ethics, trial skills, proper conduct of the Guardian ad Litem in contested custody cases, and the effective use of forensic financial experts and fraud examiners at trial.
|Contact DuPage County
Family Law Lawyer
|1001 Warrenville Road
Lisle, IL 60532
Phone: (630) 668-4244
Fax: (630) 434-8376
Commitment to Guiding You Through the Divorce Process
Priding himself on furnishing concierge level service, Chuck Roberts is available to his clients on days, nights and weekends as needed. Staff is likewise equally available. Every client is furnished with Chuck’s personal cell phone number. Clients are kept advised, informed, and are made active participants in their divorce or custody process. Although the ultimate decision maker is the client, the firm advises and equips its clients with the knowledge and tools needed to help them reach decisions which will result in the very best possible outcome.
Dedicated to Professional Representation
As a law firm that often handles complex cases involving professionals, we make it a priority to represent clients in the most professional manner possible. Chuck Roberts is highly recognized for his work as a family law lawyer and has been heavily involved in various legal organizations. He is currently a member of the Review Board of the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission by direct appointment of the Illinois Supreme Court. Chuck is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, and was the past president of both the DuPage County Bar Association and the DuPage County Bar Foundation.
Highly Experienced Guardian Ad Litem
DuPage County family law lawyer Chuck Roberts is frequently appointed as the Guardian ad Litem of children of parents undergoing transitions. The recommendations he makes to the Circuit Court regarding the allocation of parental responsibilities and division of parenting time often form the basis for the trial court’s ultimate ruling on those issues. Chuck has a solid understanding of the types of issues which arise when parents are divorcing or separating and the process that’s involved when parties are going through a dispute involving children.
Compassionate Approach to Your Case
At the law firm of Momkus McCluskey Roberts LLC the focus is not on financial remuneration. We have a genuine desire to help parties involved in a divorce or custody case to successfully navigate their change in marital status. To ensure that the fit is right and that we can effectively represent someone, we offer free consultations to discuss the client’s situation without any financial obligation. As someone who has gone through the process himself, Chuck Roberts understands the emotions and difficulties parties experience when divorcing.
1001 Warrenville Road, Suite 500, Lisle, IL 60532
Phone: (630) 668-4244
Fax: (630) 434-8376
Chuck Roberts has recorded the following Video FAQs:
Chuck Roberts wrote the following faqs:
- What are the costs of a proper prenuptial agreement?
- Do you need an attorney to do a prenup or could you do it yourself?
- What certainty does a pre or post-nuptial offer?
- Can couples revise their prenuptial agreement?
- Do prenuptial agreements help reduce or eliminate litigation?
- Is it important to have a prenup when one or both parties is entering a second or third marriage?
- What does a couple require to create a premarital agreement?
- What’s the value in having a prenuptial or post-marital agreement in Illinois?
- How does a post-marital agreement work?
- What is a premarital agreement?
- Should your fine art or antiques be appraised during divorce?
- Do divorcing couples need to get a real estate appraiser if they own multiple properties?
- How does divorce mediation work within a law firm?
- What is a Qualified Domestic Relations Order and do family lawyers handle these?
- How does an accountant work with divorce attorneys when clients have multiple properties or businesses?
- What questions should you ask when hiring an attorney?
- What does a parent need before a custody evaluation with a psychologist?
- How can you work with a guardian and explain their role to children?
- What is the role of a Guardian Ad Litem?
- If there’s conflict between parents, can they still share equal parenting rights?
- How can a parent help their lawyer make a case that they should be awarded primary parenting rights?
- If a parent removes the children from the state or country without consent, what can the other parent do to have the children returned?
- How can a parent increase his or her chances of being awarded primary parenting rights in Illinois?
- What can a parent legally do to protect their children from their ex who has a history of abuse or addiction?
- Can a parent stop paying child support if the primary parent is preventing them from exercising visitation with their child?
- If somebody has a custody order from another state, is it enforceable in Illinois?
- At what age can a child decide which parent they want to live with?
- What are the different types of parental rights and responsibilities in Illinois?
- What’s the new terminology for custody and visitation in Illinois and how does it apply?
- Does business knowledge help family lawyers help business owners who are going through divorce?
- Can an adjustment be made to the value of a business after a divorce has been finalized?
- Is experience what helps you determine which is the best way to value a person’s business?
- Are the business assets divided during the divorce, or is it normally one spouse gets the business and the other spouse gets...
- What effect can a divorce have on a family business?
- Is there just one method of figuring out the value of a business?
- Can a spouse have their company accountant perform a valuation?
- What happens in a case where a spouse gets income that isn’t reported?
- Does spousal support typically end with the payor’s death?
- What are the differences in tax treatment of spousal support versus child support?
- What happens if somebody suspects that their spouse is hiding information regarding the family business or hiding assets?
- Are stock options considered an asset to be divided during the divorce?
- What can a divorcing business owner do to protect themselves from interference from their spouse and their lawyer?
- If an ex moves in with a new romantic partner or remarries, can the payor ex-spouse stop paying maintenance?
- What are the pros and cons of modifiable versus non-modifiable spousal support?
- What should a spouse who owns a number of businesses and is concerned about getting their fair share do during a divorce?
- If someone is struggling to pay spousal support, can the amount be reduced?
- If someone was not awarded spousal maintenance, can they go back and request it if their circumstances change?
- Does hiding money ever get a spouse into trouble with the IRS?
- What do you do if the payor, who is self-employed in a cash-based business, is suspected of not declaring certain income?
- What are the main factors that spousal maintenance is based on in Illinois?
- How does someone typically hide assets and how do you find them?
- How common is financial misbehavior during high-net-worth divorce cases?
- If one spouse takes money from a gift or inheritance and uses it on the marital home or a family vacation, can they still...
- Where there are multiple properties, how will these be divided upon divorce?
- What factors will the judge take into consideration when determining which spouse will keep the marital home after divorce?
- Does a prenuptial agreement override normal property division rules?
- If only one spouse worked during marriage, are contributions to that spouse’s retirement account considered marital or separate property?
- In Illinois, are assets typically split 50/50 in divorce? How does that work?
- Who decides what is marital and what is separate property, and what if one spouse doesn’t agree?
Chuck Roberts has recorded the following podcasts: