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At Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC, we know the last thing you need in the midst of a crucial divorce or family law matter is an attorney that drags their feet throughout the process. That's why we're laser-focused on efficiently moving your dispute to a resolution that meets your satisfaction. We can get there through negotiation. We can get there through litigation. But make no mistake - we're going to get there.

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What We Offer

With our track record at Hurst, Robin & Kay, we know how to achieve the results our clients are striving for because we've navigated the complex waters of family law in Chicago for decades. Our collective experience provides you with the peace of mind that you have a deep bench of talent behind you.

We're not like other lawyers eager to run up hours on your dime. In fact, our initial consultation is free. This enables us to see if we're a fit for one another, be fully apprised of the "big picture" of your situation and begin to formulate some potential avenues we can explore that make sense - from negotiation to litigation.

Phone calls and emails are meant to be returned promptly. Yet, it's amazing how often that just doesn't happen in other legal environments. Our clients don't have to worry about getting a hold of us. Rest assured, we're here to keep your case steadily progressing toward an outcome that meets your goals - whether that impacts your child custody, your estate or other financial matters.

 
 

Cases We Handle

Child Custody

We understand that children are often the most important consideration in any family law case.

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Appeals

In family law cases, there are instances when a trial court does not render a fair, just, or equitable decision.

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Grandparent Visitation

In today's families, grandparents often play a larger role in raising and caring for their grandchildren.

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Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce provides an alternative path to traditional litigation for families contemplating divorce.

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FAQ

Divorce cases can be complicated by a multitude of variables. However, this is even more pronounced and evident in high net worth divorce case. High net worth divorce cases should not be entrusted to attorneys without the requisite skill, knowledge, and legal experience to properly protect your interests.

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While military divorce functions similarly to standard divorce, there are several special considerations involved regarding how and where the case is filed, the process for dividing marital assets, spousal maintenance and child support provisions and other concerns.

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As the structure of the traditional American family continues to change, grandparents continue to play a larger role in raising and caring for their grandchildren. The Grandparent Visitation Act of Illinois allows for grandparent visitation with grandchildren without the presence of the parent.

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Although the determination of child support in Illinois is governed by the application of defined statutory percentages used by the Courts in setting "guideline child support," orders, we understand that a careful analysis of the facts is critical to properly assessing child support.

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Collaborative Divorce provides an alternative path to traditional litigation for families contemplating divorce. The essence of the Collaborative Divorce process is the shared belief by the parties that it is in their family's best interest to avoid litigation.

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Our Attorneys

Brian J Hurst

Practicing only Matrimonial and Family Law, Brian has successfully argued in both the Illinois Appellate Courts and the Illinois Supreme Court.

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Neil A Robin

Neil runs his office like that of an old time family doctor, meeting with clients early in the morning, late in the evening, and on the weekend.

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John A Kay

John Kay has been practicing law in Illinois for more than 20 years. Since 2001, he has focused his practice on complex family law.

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