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DuPage County Divorce and Family Law Attorney

Lawyer for Property Division and Child-Related Issues in Wheaton, Warrenville, and Surrounding Areas

At Hensley Sendek Law, we understand that divorce and family law matters have not just a legal impact, but also a profound personal impact on the people involved. When you and your family are going through a difficult experience that requires legal intervention, we are available to provide accessible, cost-efficient legal counsel and representation informed by more than 10 years of experience. Attorney Jessica Hensley Sendek handles each case with individual, one-on-one attention and dedicates herself to helping you achieve an outcome that protects your interests and your children's interests. If you need a family law attorney in DuPage County or the surrounding areas, contact us today at 630-358-9029 for a free consultation.

Divorce

The Illinois divorce process includes many important issues that must be resolved, including the division of marital assets and debts, determinations of spousal support and child support, and the allocation of parental responsibilities. We can advise and represent you as you prepare for your divorce, identify your priorities, and work toward a favorable resolution through a settlement agreement or trial litigation so that you have a strong foundation as you begin the next stage of your life

Asset, Property, & Debt Division

We help you identify marital and non-marital assets and debts, and pursue an equitable division that protects your property and financial interests.

High Asset Divorce

We work with you to resolve complex issues related to high-value assets and properties including real estate, businesses, and retirement accounts.

Business and Self-Employed Valuations

We help self-employed individuals and business owners properly value their business or practice in preparation for the division of marital property.

Spousal Maintenance

In cases of need or financial inequality between spouses, we can help you pursue spousal maintenance to ensure financial security after divorce.

Family Law

We represent parents in legal matters that affect their parental rights and the well-being and safety of their children, both during the process of a divorce or legal separation and in cases in which parents have never been married to each other. We will advocate on your behalf to ensure that your child custody matter is handled properly.

Attorney Jessica Hensley Sendek

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Since the start of her legal career in 2007, Jessica Hensley Sendek has practiced family law exclusively. She has significant trial experience, and she has helped her clients successfully resolve complex issues including high asset divorce cases and interstate and international child custody conflicts. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Notre Dame University Law School.

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Testimonials

Attorney Jessica Sendek strives to provide the best possible service to each of her clients by meeting with them one-on-one, listening to their individual needs and approaching their case with those needs in mind, and ensuring that she is accessible when her clients need to communicate with her. We are grateful for all of our clients and the positive words they have to share about our services.

Client Review

“Jessica listened carefully to my concerns and made sure that I was always well supported during a very difficult chapter in my life. I am fortunate to have worked with her.”

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“Thank you for your hard work on my case. Every call I received from you after court was good news.”

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“Thank you for your excellent work on my case. For the moment I am on cloud nine.”

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From Our Blog

We regularly update our blog to provide information that helps readers better understand the various aspects of divorce and family law and stay updated on new developments. You can find some of our latest blog posts below.


What Can I Do If My Parenting Plan Is No Longer Working for My Family?

Parents filing for divorce in Illinois are required to complete additional steps throughout the divorce process. Not only do they create arrangements as a couple, such as dividing their marital......Read More

Child Custody Considerations When Parents Live in Different States

In most cases, children’s parents who are not married try to live near each other to remain in their child’s life and maintain a good relationship. Some families, however, do......Read More

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