The Integrity Law Group LLC has a wide area of practice and experience, and in many cases, our attorneys have set the standards and precedents judges follow. Don’t see your type of case listed here? This is not an exhaustive list. Please call for personal attention to see if we can help you. There is no charge for an initial consultation. If we cannot assist you, we likely can find an attorney for you who can help you.




Chicago Custody Attorneys

The practice of family law is different than every other practice area of the law because of what is ultimately at stake. For most people, the divorce is not about their house or car, it is about their most precious asset-their children. The thought of fighting a custody “battle” can be a daunting one. A fight for custody is often the biggest source of litigation in a divorce or parentage case. It also can be the biggest source of stress, be financially draining and worst of all, damage your relationship with your children.

Parents often forget that long after the custody dispute is over, they will still be raising their children with the other parent. To minimize the negative effects of a custody dispute, the experienced Chicago Custody Attorneys of the Integrity Law Group, LLC always explore settling your custody case. But what happens if this is not an option? You need an experienced and aggressive Chicago Custody Attorney to help you navigate the custody process as efficiently and effectively as possible. Call 773-278-9200 to speak with an experienced Custody Attorney today for a free consultation.

What is the Custody Process?

The Custody Attorneys at the Integrity Law Group, LLC are experienced in guiding clients through all aspects of the Custody process. Here is what you can expect to see in a Chicago Custody dispute:

Emergency Custody Hearing

Do you need immediate action? Kidnapping, physical or mental abuse of the children, drug or alcohol abuse by a parent are typical reasons why you need to get custody of your children quickly. The Custody Attorneys at The Integrity Law Group will help you file your case and emergency motion, locate the other parent with our in-house detective, and bring everyone into court for your emergency hearing.

Mediation and Parenting Class

If you do not have an agreement on all issues involving child, the court will send you to mandatory mediation where you will sit down with a mediator and the other parent to resolve part, all or none of your issues. The court will, whether or not you have a full agreement, order you to complete a parenting class. If you have a Cook County case, you can take the parenting class online at:

Best Interest of the Child

What do the courts use for determining custody? The statute in question is 750 ILCS 5/602 which is:

Best Interest of Child.

(a) The court shall determine custody in accordance with the best interest of the child. The court shall consider all relevant factors including:

(1) the wishes of the child’s parent or parents as to his custody;

(2) the wishes of the child as to his custodian;

(3) the interaction and interrelationship of the child with his parent or parents, his siblings and any other person who may significantly affect the child’s best interest;

(4) the child’s adjustment to his home, school and community;

(5) the mental and physical health of all individuals involved;

(6) the physical violence or threat of physical violence by the child’s potential custodian, whether directed against the child or directed against another person;

(7) the occurrence of ongoing or repeated abuse as defined in Section 103 of the Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986, whether directed against the child or directed against another person;

(8) the willingness and ability of each parent to facilitate and encourage a close and continuing relationship between the other parent and the child;

(9) whether one of the parents is a sex offender; and

(10) the terms of a parent’s military family-care plan that a parent must complete before deployment if a parent is a member of the United States Armed Forces who is being deployed.

In the case of a custody proceeding in which a stepparent has standing under Section 601, it is presumed to be in the best interest of the minor child that the natural parent have the custody of the minor child unless the presumption is rebutted by the stepparent.

(b) The court shall not consider conduct of a present or proposed custodian that does not affect his relationship to the child.

(c) Unless the court finds the occurrence of ongoing abuse as defined in Section 103 of the Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986, the court shall presume that the maximum involvement and cooperation of both parents regarding the physical, mental, moral, and emotional well-being of their child is in the best interest of the child. There shall be no presumption in favor of or against joint custody.

Child Representative, Guardian ad Litem and Attorney for the Child

In most cases where the custody of the children is at issue, the court will appoint a child’s representative, guardian ad litem or attorney for the child with the type of appointment

dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. At this point, the appointed attorney, will often interview the parents and the children, and advocate for the children’s best interest.

604(b) evaluation

The court may also order a 750 ILCS 5/604(b) evaluation. A child psychologist or psychiatrist is usually appointed to evaluate you, the other parent, the child and or any significant others involved in the child’s life. They will interview, look at documents and other evidence and with a neutral position and then write a report with recommendations to the court on what in their expert opinion is in the best interest of the child.


Finally, if your custody case has not settled you will have a custody trial before a Judge. Witnesses, the other parent and most importantly you will get to tell the Judge why you think it is in your child’s best interest that you should be granted custody.

What is your next step?

If you are here reading this, you are probably not a lawyer, and hopefully, have not gone through this before. Despite what your friend, sister or other relative might be telling you based on their experience, you should begin with consulting an experienced Chicago Custody Lawyer. The attorneys of the Integrity Law Group, LLC can listen to you, help you find your goals and then make a plan to get you reach those goals. Contact us today at 773-278-9200 for a free consultation!



It seems to always come down to the issue of money. Both parents share the obligation to financially support their children. Illinois Child Support laws provide guidelines for the determination of the support amount. The Integrity Law Group, LLC has the experience and expertise to help you with your child support case.

So what is the amount I will be expected to pay for my child? OR What is the amount I should receive for my child?

So, for example, if you have one child expect to pay receive $600.00 per month from a net income of $3,000.00 per month. With two children and the same net income, the support amount would be $840.00 per month.

What is net income?

Net income might just be the amount the child support payer takes home every pay period but it might not be! Net income for child support includes income the payer receives from all sources, including but not limited to overtime, other jobs and even rental income. The payer is allowed to deduct federal taxes, state taxes, Medicare, social-security or its equivalent, health insurance premiums, union dues, prior obligations of support, and possibly student loan payments. Give us a call today to help you determine the net income in your case.

What about self-employed parents or parents hiding income?

Determining child support from someone that is self-employed can definitely be difficult and why it is beneficial to have an experience attorney on your side. Let us help you determine if business expenses are legitimate and/or if a parent is hiding income. If a parent who is obligated to pay support is self-employed and their income cannot be calculated, the court may impute his/her income based on his/her lifestyle and property. The courts also have the power to enter a needs based child support order, so support can be set regardless of a parent’s net income and based on the needs of the child(ren). For example, if the custodial parent pays $1,000.00 a month for food, clothing, shelter and education of the parties’ child, then the court could order the non-custodial parent to pay $500 or more based on those needs. Let us help you obtain the best possible outcome, give us a call today.

What about parents with other support orders, does the court take that into account?

Yes, if there is an older order the courts can reduce the amount of the paying parent’s net income by the amount of the other support order. Support amounts may also be limited based on federal withholding guidelines. Talk to the child support attorneys at The Integrity Law Group, LLC today.

How do I change the child support amount?

A petition for modification of child support can be filed if there is a loss of employment, new employment, and/or the needs of the children change.

I am not receiving the court ordered child support. How can I enforce the child support order?

The court provides several remedies to get a parent to pay child support, including jail. The child support attorneys from the Integrity Law Group, LLC can help you file the proper pleadings

When does child support end?

Child support typically ends when the child reaches 18 and has graduated high school, but does not extend past the age of 19 unless the child is medically dependent and/or disabled. Remember that a child support order does not typically stop without a new court order terminating the support. Give us a call if you need to terminate child support.

Also remember that support may not end if the issue of college expenses is raised before the court. See our section on College Expenses (link to college expenses page) for more information.

The attorneys from the Integrity Law Group, LLC are experienced litigators for parents involved in child support cases. Give us a call today at 773-278-9200 for a free child support consultation!



Effective in 2011, “The Illinois Religious Freedom Protection and Civil Union Act” was enacted and entitles the individuals who entered into a civil union the same protections and obligations as a married spouse under Illinois Law.

Illinois is now the 16th state to legalize same-sex marriage under the “Religious Freedom -Marriage Act.” Same-sex married couples now have the same protections and obligations of heterosexual couples, including those same-sex married couples who were legally married in other states.

The experienced civil union and same-sex marriage attorneys of the Integrity Law Group, LLC can help you navigate the issues you are facing in a civil union dissolution or same-sex divorce. We provide the same quality and range of services that we provide for our dissolution of marriage clients with the know-how to address issues that are unique to civil unions and same-sex marriages. Give us a call today for help in your Civil Union Dissolution or Same-Sex Marriage Dissolution at 773-278-9200.



A divorce can be a difficult major life decision that can affect you for the rest of your life. It can also be one of the most stressful things you have to deal with. Whatever your reason for dissolving your marriage, you should receive Divorce Advice and guidance from an experienced divorce attorney. Talking to an experienced Divorce Attorney should be one of your first steps! The Chicago Divorce Attorneys at the Integrity Law Group, LLC have successfully represented hundreds of men and women through the divorce process and we will be with you throughout the process helping you reach your optimal outcome in the most efficient way possible.

Divorce Advice in Chicago

We can advise and guide you in all divorce issues, such as:

  • Property/Debt Division (No link here)
  • Child Custody
  • Visitation
  • Spousal Support/Maintenance/Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Orders of Protection/Domestic Violence
  • College Expenses
  • Uncontested Divorce

Divorce Checklist

1. Become familiar with all of the marital assets, income and expenses. For example:

a. Know the current balances in your checking, savings and money market accounts. If the account is solely in your spouse’s name and you do not have access to statements, know what institution the accounts are held

b. Know the balances in all retirement plans such as 401(k) plans, 403 (b) plans, IRAs, CDs, pensions. If you cannot determine the balance, try to ascertain what institution manages these accounts.

c. Know what stocks or mutual funds you and your spouse own and the values of these assets. Again, if you do not have access to statements, try to ascertain what institution manages these funds.

d. Outline what the current expenses are in your home, such as mortgage, rent, utilities, car payments, insurance (health, auto and home).

e. If you own real estate, know the balance due on the mortgage or any other liens against the property. Try to determine an estimated fair market value of the property.

f. If you use or your spouse uses credit or charge cards, know the specific account numbers, the type of card and the balance due on each card.

g. Become familiar with recent income tax filings.

h. Determine how much your spouse is currently earning and whether he or she is contributing to a work related retirement plan. Copies of paystubs should reflect this information.

i. Know your spouses social security number.

j. If possible, make copies of all documentation reflecting the above information and keep these copies in a safe place.

2. Children

a. Outline the average monthly expenses related to the children. (i.e. daycare, babysitters, activities)


Get Divorce Advice from the Chicago Divorce Attorneys at the Integrity Law Group, LLC and give us a call today for a free consultation at 773-278-9200.



Paternity/Parentage Attorneys

Establishing the legal father of a child, known as paternity or parentage is a crucial first step to establish rights of custody, visitation and support. Call the Parentage Attorneys at The Integrity Law Group, LLC at 773-278-9200 for help in establishing paternity for your child.

How Paternity is established:

  • The father of the child can sign a Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity (VAP) at the child’s birth which will put him on the child’s birth certificate.
  • The parents of the child are married at the time the child is conceived and/or when the child is born to the parents.
  • The father or mother files to establish a declaration of paternity through the court or through the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services and the father is then legally established as the legal father of the child either through DNA testing and/or by agreement.

Paternity Rights

Until father is legally established as father as described above, he is legally without the rights and responsibilities of a parent. Once paternity is established, father can seek custody and establish visitation time. Establishing paternity also allows mother to see Child Support from father or father to seek child support from mother if he has custody. Give the Paternity Attorneys of The Integrity Law Group, LLC a call today at 773-278-9200 for a free consultation!



Pre-nuptial agreements, also referred to as ante-nuptial agreements, are typically for couples who want to protect their property and assets in case their new marriage fails. Post-nuptial Agreements allow couples who are already married to allocate their property and assets. The agreement will spell out the terms of property division, debt division and spousal support in the event the couple divorces, saving the time and expense of a litigated divorce. The agreements cannot award child custody and child support. If a pre-nuptial or post-nuptial agreement is not drafted and executed correctly, it may not be enforceable in the Illinois court. This is why it is important to speak to a Chicago Pre-Nuptial Attorney. Give the attorneys at the Integrity Law Group, LLC a call for a free consultation at 773-278-9200.



Uncontested Divorce Attorneys

When spouses are in agreement to divorce, they can obtain an uncontested divorce. In an uncontested divorce, both spouses are able to agree on all issues associated with the end of their marriage, including: Custody, visitation, property division, debt division, maintenance and child support. By agreeing on all issues, a couple can end their marriage in a cost-effective manner without waiting a long time. If you are looking for an uncontested divorce, then give The Integrity Law Group, LLC a call at 773-278-9200 today!

Both parties can hire lawyers, or you can have only one lawyer represent one party in an uncontested divorce. It is important to note that a lawyer can represent only one party in the divorce. Be wary of any attorney that says they can represent both parties – as it is a conflict of interest. So what is the process for obtaining an uncontested divorce?

1. Filing: One of the spouses must file a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. The Petition for Dissolution of Marriage starts the divorce process with the court.

2. Negotiation: A marital settlement agreement and a parenting agreement (if the spouses have children) are distributed along with all the other necessary documents to the non-filing spouse for review. These documents spell out the terms of the divorce. Usually there are only a few changes to the marital settlement agreement and parenting agreement as they have been previously discussed between the parties. There can be a few minor changes in these documents, but the major issues are agreed in principle. If the parties are not mostly in agreement then the parties do not have an uncontested divorce, they have a contested divorce.

3. Prove-Up/Divorce: The spouses go to court with the signed settlement agreements and present them to the judge. This typically takes only 10-15 minutes once you are before a judge. The judge hears testimony from the filing spouse.

If both sides are willing to cooperate and come to court when necessary, your divorce can be granted a little more than a week.

Please note that just because you start the process as an uncontested, does not mean that you have to proceed as an uncontested matter. You have the right to change your mind during the negotiation phase to a contested matter.

To get started with your uncontested divorce, give the divorce attorneys of The Integrity Law Group, LLC a call at 773-278-9200 for a free consultation.



Chicago Visitation Attorneys

Has your parenting time been restricted or cut off from the other parent? Illinois law allows incarcerated parents to see their children. So spending time with your children should not be restricted by the other parent unless you are a serious endangerment to your children. Even if you were a serious endangerment to your children, you may still be allowed to have supervised visits with them. Call the Chicago Visitation Attorneys of The Integrity Law Group, LLC at 773-278-9200 for a free consultation!

Whether you are married to the other parent or not, your visitation rights should not be restricted! Visitation cannot be denied without a hearing! So, if one parent has sole custody or not, you are entitled to visitation with your children! If you haven’t seen your children in one month or a year or longer, you have a right to visitation with your children! If you are paying child support or not, you are entitled to visitation! Don’t let your children grow up without your influence, love and affection! Call the Visitation Attorneys of The Integrity Law Group, LLC to discuss your options today at 773-278-9200.





Chicagoland Personal Injury Attorneys

The personal injury attorneys of The Integrity Law Group, LLC can help you obtain the maximum recovery from your personal injury. We will help you obtain the maximum recovery for your personal injury case from a car accident, slip and fall, dog bite or other injuries. You are entitled to payment of past and future your medical bills, lost and future lost wages and compensation for your pain and suffering. Give the personal injury attorneys at the Integrity Law Group, LLC a call today for your free consultation at 773-278-9200! NO FEE unless we recover for you!

We will handle your case from a Car Accident/Motor Vehicle Collision

Millions of people are injured every year from a motor vehicle collision. A car collision injury should not be taken lightly, no matter how severe or minor your injury. Don’t be left in debt for being forced to pay for medical bills from a motor vehicle collision. Get the help of an experienced Chicagoland personal injury attorney from the Integrity Law Group, LLC.

Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists

Although, by law, all drivers are required to have insurance, not everyone does. If you have been in a hit-and-run accident or a car collision involving a negligent, uninsured driver, you will have to turn to your insurance company to pay your bills and get the compensation you deserve. If the at-fault driver has only partial insurance coverage, which is a common occurrence in Illinois, you will also have to turn to your insurance company to collect the remaining damages. In both kinds of cases, you will have to prove that the other driver was negligent, which is why you should retain an experienced personal injury lawyer, not to mention your insurance company wants to pay you the least amount as possible on your claim. Let us get the amount of compensation you deserve!

We also handle wrongful death claims and lawsuits for families who have lost loved ones because another person or entity behaved negligently or carelessly and caused a fatal car collision.

Pedestrian and Bicyclist Car Accident Injuries

You don’t have to be a driver or a passenger of a motor vehicle involved in a car accident to be eligible for compensation. If you were injured by a motor vehicle while you were a pedestrian or bicyclist, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries. Give us a call at 773-278-9200 to discuss the details of your case.

Dog Bites

A dog bite can be painful and terrifying while leaving permanent physical scars. If you or a loved one have been bitten by a dog, the dog bite attorneys at the Integrity Law Group, LLC can get you the help you need and the compensation you deserve.





Chicagoland Real Estate Closing Attorneys

The closing attorneys of the Integrity Law Group, LLC will help guide you through complex your real estate transactions. We charge a flat fee for most transactions that are paid at closing, so no retainer is typically required. So if you are buying or selling a single family home, condominium, building or commercial property, give the Chicagoland Real Estate Closing attorneys of the Integrity Law Group, LLC a call at 773-278-9200 for a free consultation.

Here is what we do for a typical purchaser transaction:

  • We will review the contract and proposing appropriate attorney modifications to protect and benefit you.
  • Negotiate any inspection related repairs and credits for you.
  • Review condominium financial and documents for a condominium purchaser.
  • Keep in contact with the lender(s) involved to make sure we meet the contract commitment dates and request extensions if necessary.
  • Schedule the closing with the Seller’s attorney.
  • Attend closing with you and reconcile the financials with you at closing, review and explain the loan documents, review and explain all title documents, and answer any of your questions.

Here is what we do for a typical seller transaction:

  • We will review the contract and proposing appropriate attorney modifications to protect and benefit you.
  • Negotiate any inspection related repairs and credits for you.
  • Order a title commitment and clear any title issues, including ordering a survey, obtaining pay off letters and obtaining any other documentation necessary to clear the title.
  • Schedule the closing with the Purchaser’s attorney.
  • Attend closing with you and reconcile the financials with you at closing, review and explain all title documents, and answer any of your questions.

When you are dealing with such large financial transactions, you should definitely have an attorney who represents your interests. We have helped hundreds of clients like you! Give the closing attorneys at the Integrity Law Group, LLC a call today at 773-278-9200.





Illinois Driver’s License Reinstatement Attorney

Are you looking for help getting your license reinstated after having it revoked or suspended? Illinois law and Secretary of State regulations may allow you to restore your driving privileges-but it is a difficult process for someone without the benefit of an experienced License Reinstatement Attorney. The attorneys of The Integrity Law Group have extensive experience to prepare you for your hearing before the Illinois Secretary of State. At the Integrity Law Group you can speak to an attorney who has taken part in thousands of hearings on all sides of the table, the Secretary of State representative, the hearing officer and the attorney. Call 773-278-9200 to speak to a License Reinstatement Attorney today!

Can I try the first hearing myself without an attorney?

This type of question always inevitably comes up during a consultation. A hearing applicant who does not have an experienced Reinstatement Attorney with him at his hearing not only runs the risk of failure from having errors in his treatment evaluation and/or errors in his submitted paperwork, but he may be ill-prepared for the questions he is asked and answer something that might be inconsistent with his paperwork. Any inconsistent statements made at the first hearing don’t just go away. It can create a problem at the second hearing that will need to be corrected, causing a long delay to obtaining your driver’s license.

Be assured of your best chance of success by having an attorney with the experience and successful track record that can review everything with you, file and obtain the hearing date, prepare you for the hearing and attend the hearing with you. If you have tried the hearing on your own, don’t worry, we can help you fix the reasons for the denial at your second hearing.

Please click a link below for further information:

Formal and Informal Hearings with the Secretary of State

What is a Restricted Driving Permit (RDP)?

Fake ID Suspension and Revocation

Undocumented Immigrants obtaining a Temporary Visitor Driver’s License

Out-of-State Residents Application for Hearing

The IDS Group 




Fraudulent Use of Driver’s Licenses, Permits or Identification Cards

If you are facing cancellation, revocation or suspension of your driving privileges because of fraud, contact the experienced attorneys of The Integrity Law Group at 773-278-9200!

The Secretary of State has the power to suspend or revoke your license most commonly for the following reasons:

You lent your license or permit to any other person to knowingly allow the use of the license;

You obtained a fictitious driver’s license (fake ID) to appear 21 or older or to assume a different identity; You unlawfully altered your driver’s license or permit;

You have someone else apply for a driver’s license, permit or identification card on your behalf; and

You apply for a driver’s license, permit or identification card on someone else’s behalf;

Illinois law now allows Temporary Visitor Driver’s Licenses for undocumented immigrants. (place link over that phrase to that page) If you have committed fraud to obtain a driver’s license because you were an undocumented immigrant you may not be able to go to a driver’s license facility and obtain a Driver’s License. Please contact us at 773-278-9200 to discuss your options in obtaining a Driver’s License.




Out-of-State Residents Application for Hearing

If you reside outside of Illinois and had your Illinois Driver’s License suspended or revoked, the driver’s license reinstatement attorneys of The Integrity Law Group, LLC can help you apply for reinstatement and you may not even have to come back to Illinois for a hearing. Once your Illinois driver’s license is reinstated, you may be able to apply for a driver’s license in your home state.

The Integrity Law Group, LLC can still help even if you have been denied your application for reinstatement. Call us for a consultation and we can review all your documents and formulate a plan for your next hearing to be a successful hearing. If you are out-of-state, you should have an experienced attorney represent you. Call 773-278-9200 for a free consultation today!



What is a Restricted Driving Permit (RDP)?

A Restricted Driving Permit (RDP) will be granted even if you are eligible for full reinstatement. If you need to drive for work, school or medical reasons, you may be granted a RDP for one year. Once granted an RDP, you are not eligible to request a hearing for full reinstatement of your driver’s license for 90 days prior to the expiration of the RDP.

If you are granted a Restricted Driving Permit (RDP) after your formal or informal hearing before the Secretary of State, you may be required to have Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device (BAIID) installed in your vehicle. If you have had more than one conviction for DUI or you have had your license suspended or revoked more than once in the last ten years, then you will be required to have the BAIID installed-for which there are some limited exceptions.

BAIID Information

You will have up to 14 days to have the BAIID installed from your receipt of the RDP. You will pay the cost of the BAIID installation and a monthly monitoring fee is collected by the Secretary of State. Once you have the BAIID installed, you can only drive the vehicle which the BAIID is installed in. For further information on fees see:



Formal and Informal Hearings with the Illinois Secretary of State

The Secretary of State has two types of hearings for an applicant. The informal hearings are available at one of the designated Secretary of State hearing facilities without the need to actually schedule the hearing. The hearing officer at an informal hearing can hear cases for driver’s whose licenses are suspended or revoked for drug, alcohol and other reasons. However, if the case involves serious personal injury, death or for someone with more than one suspension or revocation from separate DUI’s, then you cannot have an informal hearing and must request a formal hearing. A decision from the Secretary of State after an informal hearing typically comes in about 6 weeks, but it must be issued within 90 days of the hearing. A formal hearing must be scheduled within 90 days of the applicant’s request and a decision must also be issued within 90 days of the hearing.

What happens at a hearing?

Once you arrive in the hearing room, you will meet a Secretary of State attorney and the hearing officer. You will be sworn in under oath and then the hearing will begin. Documents will be offered into evidence by both or either your attorney and the Secretary of State attorney and the hearing officer will have the ability to review the documents if there are no objections.

You will then be asked a serious of questions by your attorney (which your attorney will have prepared with you) that will cover your background, your driving record, any previous hearings, your drug/alcohol evaluations (if applicable), your DUI(s), your drinking/drug use history and patterns (if applicable), your treatment and support plan. In some cases, you will then be asked follow up questions by the Secretary of State attorney and the hearing officer. The hearing officer will then close the hearing and tell you that you will receive the decision within 90 days.




Undocumented Immigrants obtaining a Temporary Visitor Driver’s License

The experienced attorneys of The Integrity Law Group can guide you through the process of obtaining a Temporary Visitor’s Driver’s License (TVDL) for those people who may have committed fraud and/or for undocumented immigrants.

If you are an undocumented immigrant who obtained a driver’s license fraudulently in the past, the Illinois Secretary of State now allows you to apply for a TVDL if you provide and verify your correct identity. You will need to verify your legal name, date of birth, address, and signature. You will need to be a resident of the State of Illinois for at least one year and be able to prove it with items such as mail, utility bills or bank statements. The fraud will have to be reported to the Secretary of State and the Secretary of State Police will likely interview you and verify your identity.

Once your identity has been verified, your fraudulent driving record, with your record of any DUIs, moving violations, et cetera will be transferred to your new record. You may also have a driver’s license suspension of one year applied to your new record before you can be issued a new driver’s license. The attorneys of The Integrity Law Group can help you through this process and can also help you apply for a Restricted Driver’s Permit (RDP) during your suspension. (Link to our page) Please call us at 773-278-9200 to discuss your case.





 Estate Planning and Probate Attorneys

The Integrity Law Group, LLC offers experienced estate planning to its clients in Illinois. Careful estate planning does not have to be a difficult process, but it should be done with careful planning because it protects your assets and your family. We can help you prepare your trusts, wills, living wills, power of attorneys and more. Give us a call at 773-278-9200 to discuss your specific needs.

We handle probate matters too! Probate is the process whereby a person’s estate is administered by the court after death. The process depends on the size of the estate, whether the decedent left a will, creditor’s claims and other factors. The probate attorneys of the Integrity Law Group can guide you through the process. Give us a call at 773-278-9200 for a free consultation.