Hamilton & Antonsen
If you need a Will County attorney to help you with a bankruptcy, traffic violation, DUI, criminal charge, real estate transaction, personal injury, divorce, child custody, visitation, or any other aspects of family law or legal matters please call or e-mail our Joliet, Illinois law office today. We thank you for visiting our site and look forward to serving you!
Were you or a loved in an accident that caused injury? We can fight for fair compensation for your injury.
Having trouble with credit card, mortgage payments, medical bills or loans? We can provide a fresh start.
We can fight for your freedom and a clean record if you were charged with a criminal felony or misdemeanor.
Traffic - DUI
We have helped 100s of clients walk away from traffic and DUI charges with no convictions.
We can provide you with diligent representation in your divorce, custody, or child support case.
Buying or selling residential or commercial real estate? We can help protect your interests.
About Hamilton & Antonsen
Extraordinary Will County Legal Representation
We do not believe in the old, stuffy model of what a Joliet law firm ‘should’ be. We are an innovative law firm that believes by using technology with a focus on efficiency that we can help keep legal fees affordable for our clients while also providing a competitive edge that other Will County law firms often lack. Our Will County lawyers and staff were born and raised in the same neighborhoods we serve. Our community is important to us, therefore we treat every legal matter with the utmost care and concern.
Hamilton & Antonsen
Driving without in insurance in Joliet or Will County, Illinois could result in some very high fines. The minimum fine for traffic in Illinois is $500 for a first time offense. The maximum fine is $1,000 for a first time offense. An Illinois’ resident who is fined for...
The general rule states that student loans will typically not be erased after filing for bankruptcy. There are two exceptions to this generalization. In order for the exceptions to apply, the court must decide that the particular facts in the case are worthy of such...
In Will County or anywhere in llinois, if you decide to ignore divorce papers and not show up in court, the case will proceed without you. Under Illinois law, if the spouse filing for divorce can prove that there are “grounds” for a divorce, the divorce will proceed....
In Joliet, Will County and across Illinois, spouses are prohibited from using the same attorney in a divorce proceeding. There are typically no exceptions to this rule. It is simply unethical for an attorney to represent two people with competing interest and they are...
Generally in Joliet or anywhere in Will County, Illinois, it does not matter who is first in filing for a divorce. The person to file for the divorce first is known as the Plaintiff or the Petitioner, while the other person is the Defendant or Respondent. It is...