Champaign-Urbana IL Lawyers

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Champaign-Urbana is also known as Chambana and is comprised of Champaign, Ford, and Piatt Counties in East-central Illinois. Champaign-Urbana was named as one of the top ten tech cities in the United States by Newsweek and is home to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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Since Champaign-Urbana is such a standout community, many reputable lawyers call the area home. Lawyers in Champaign-Urbana admit a diverse selection of cases including divorce, bankruptcy, wrongful termination, auto injury, and criminal cases like DUI.

Recently in Champaign-Urbana, native and University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana graduate Hugh Hefner filed for divorce to get his official bachelor status back. Hefner married playmate Kimberly Conrad Hefner in 1989 and has since paid $40,000 each month in support in addition to providing a home for her and their two children to live in. A prenuptial agreement stipulated Hefner would pay $1 million to his wife, however, he believes that the $750,000 and Beverly Hills home he bought for her should suffice.

If you want to file for divorce in Champaign-Urbana, you will be visiting an Illinois Circuit Court which retains exclusive jurisdiction over domestic relations cases. Circuit courts in Illinois have exclusive jurisdiction over most cases which arise in the Champaign-Urbana area. Circuit courts have multiple divisions with which to file and it’s imperative that you do so correctly so you don’t lose any time or money having to re-file.

The best way to ensure you are filing with the correct court is by consulting a bar certified Champaign-Urbana lawyer from LegalMatch. LegalMatch also provides reference materials like an online law library, forums on many legal topics, newsletters, and tips for selecting the best lawyer for your needs.

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