Family & Matrimonial Law

McNamara Phelan McSteen is located in Joliet, IL. Our firm has two attorneys, John S. Rossi, and Ray McSteen who are dedicated to the practice of family law, which includes matters involving:

  • Child custody disputes
  • Child support
  • Child visitation rights
  • Orders of protection
  • Paternity disputes
  • Divorce law, including financial matters and children
  • Post-divorce enforcement of settlement agreements.
  • Separation Agreements
  • Civil Partnerships
  • Pre-nuptial contracts
  • Child contact & residence
  • Mediation
  • Domestic Violence

Attorneys John Rossi and Ray McSteen offer aggressive representation to safeguard rights and to ensure a fair resolution to all disputes.

We offer consultation and representation at a reasonable fee, and work hard to keep legal services affordable.

Service Area

McNamara Phelan McSteen have settled Family & Matrimonial law cases in Will County, Cook County, Grundy, Kendall and Kankakee including but not limited to: Bolingbrook, Burr Ridge, Channahon, Chicago, Coal City, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Elwood, Frankfort, Glen Ellyn, Homer Glen, Joliet, Kankakee, Lombard, Minooka, Morris, Naperville, New Lenox, Oakbrook, Orland Park, Plainfield, Romeoville, Shorewood, Tinley Park, Villa Park, and Wheaton, IL.

Family and Matrimonial Lawyers

Contact Us

If you need a qualified family and matrimonial law attorney, legal advice or representation, call us today at (815) 727-0100

Family & Matrimonial Law News

Pre-Divorce Checklist

There are a number of things that you should accomplish before you begin divorce proceedings.  First, make sure that you have secured all of your personal property such as jewelry, photo albums, family heirlooms, children’s keepsakes, etc.  Personal property is...

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Effective July 1, 2017, the State of Illinois is completely revamping the way child support is calculated by adopting the "income shares" approach to child support. Prior to July 1, Illinois only looked to the child support payor’s income and did not directly consider...

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Net Income and Child Support

Under the new child support statute, (effective July 1, 2017), some of the usual deductions to be made from gross income to determine one’s net income for purposes of child support calculation, are no longer allowed.  Currently, a child support payor can not only...

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Illinois Child Support

On July 1, 2017, the State of Illinois will join a majority of states that calculate child support based on both parents' income (among other factors), instead of just the noncustodial parent’s net income.  However, the new statute explicitly states that the new law...

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