Archive, January 2016.

If you need legal advice and representation involving a divorce, family law dispute, criminal case, DUI or other traffic matter in Kendall County, contact our attorneys at Aldrich & Siedlarz Law, P.C. for a free initial consultation. We are conveniently located at 2200 S. Main Street in Lombard, Illinois, just off of I-355 and Butterfield Road or I-88 and Highland Avenue. We serve all of Kendall County, including: Boulder Hill, Lisbon, Yorkville, Oswego, Plano, Platville, Newark, Millington, Millbrook, and Montgomery. 

2016 has just begun, but it is already bringing a lot of positive news for our office.  Attorney Jacqueline Aldrich was selected as a 2016 Rising Star by the Leading Lawyers Network.  We are incredibly proud of Ms. Aldrich for her dedication to the legal field over the past years in the areas of criminal law and family law. 

It's a new year, why not start 2016 with a fresh start? If you have been previously arrested, charged, or even convicted, you may be able to clean up your criminal record by filing a Petition to Expunge or a Petition to Seal your criminal record. A criminal history can cost you a job, admission to college or can have other negative consequences on your life and future. The process of Expungement entails petitioning the court for the entry of an order directing law enforcement agencies to destroy or return to you all documents related to a prior criminal arrest …

Coming into contact with the legal system can be very scary – especially for a person whose first language is not English or who may not be familiar with the laws in the U.S.  That’s why it is so important to have an attorney who, although educated in the United States, is able to communicate in one’s native language.  At Aldrich & Siedlarz Law, P.C. we are very fortunate to have an attorney who speaks fluent polish.  Our polish speaking attorney, Marlene Siedlarz, is a first generation American who is connected to her Polish roots and active in the Polish community.&…

2016 is bringing with it many important changes to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act.  We have been highlighting some of those changes in our previous blogs.  These important changes can be difficult to understand and confusing - especially to our clients who are used to the now "old" terminology of, for example "joint" and "sole" custody - that doesn't exist anymore.  But that's why we are here.  If you have any questions regarding any of the new changes, call us.  We will be more than happy to go over those changes with you.  Our polish …

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