Anderson & Associates, P.C. expands and relocates Cook County office

Orland Park divorce law firm Anderson & Associates, P.C. is pleased to announce the opening of their new law office. The Cook County family law firm has relocated their Orland Park office suite in order to better assist clients located in the Southwest Suburbs of Chicago. The new office suite is located at the Executive Tower at 15255 S. 94th Avenue, Suite 201, Orland Park, Illinois.

The Orland Park law office is located just east of LaGrange Road and is easily accessible for clients who live in either Cook County or Will County. The experienced Orland Park family attorneys represent clients at the Richard J. Daley Center in Chicago, the Fifth Municipal District Courthouse in Bridgeview, the Sixth Municipal District in Markham and the Will County Courthouse located in Joliet.

"We are excited to have a new space to work in as we continue to grow our firm to effectively meet our clients’ needs," says Founder and Attorney at Anderson & Associates, P.C. Jonathan G. Anderson.

Anderson & Associates, P.C. has proudly represented clients in Cook County and Will County for over 30 years. In its new office suite, the Orland Park family law firm continues to provide a wide-range of family law services including divorce, child custody, child support and maintenance, post-decree issues, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, division of property, high asset/complex divorce, collaborative law, adoption and guardianships. Additionally, the firm assists clients with legal matters pertaining to bankruptcy, loan modifications, foreclosures, estate planning and probate.

Anderson & Associates, P.C. provides compassionate legal assistance for clients dealing with various family law matters. If you are seeking legal help with a divorce, child support issue or any other family law related matter contact Anderson & Associates, P.C. for a free initial consultation. Call the Orland Park office at 708-226-9904 or fill out the online contact form.

Posted on September 17, 2014 by Chris Bonjean
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