Chicago Based Divorce and
Family Law Attorneys

Quality legal representation since 2000

Siblings Anne and Jack Coladarci established their small family law firm on Michigan Avenue in 2000. Since the beginning, we have been dedicated to providing excellent and highly personalized service to our wide range of clients. If you are considering divorce or need representation in other matters of family law, Coladarci and Coladarci has the knowledge, passion, and experience necessary to handle any of your concerns.

Family law disputes can have a significant emotional and financial impact on all parties involved. Having the right representation can greatly decrease this strain and when you’re faced with life-changing circumstances, we are here to help protect your highest values and interests. At Coladarci and Coladarci, we provide you with a personal level of service through our client-driven approach (that will help put you back in control).

Everything we do is in the best interest of our clients, and it is our promise to maintain a high level of integrity and honesty no matter the circumstances. With 50 years of combined experience, our principal attorney’s brother and sister Jack and Anne Coladarci are well prepared to vigorously advocate on your behalf to strategically facilitate a favorable resolution. Coladarci and Coladarci is located in Chicago; we regularly represent clients in Cook, Lake, DuPage, McHenry, Kane and Will County.

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Chicago, IL


Jack Coladarci: 708-267-1199
Anne Coladarci: 312-953-2501

Areas of Practice


Divorces happen to many different types of people in many different circumstances no matter their age, length of their marriage, or whether or not they have kids. Your unique set of circumstances will determine how we need to proceed and which issues we need to address.

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At Coladarci and Coladarci, we will do everything in our power to ensure that your children end up with the best possible outcome, as nothing more valuable comes out of a relationship than children.

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Ensuring that your children have adequate financial resources is just as important as deciding allocation of parental responsibilities, as it’s of utmost important that your children’s standard of living is maintained.

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Spousal support, otherwise known as maintenance and formerly known as alimony, is court ordered financial support paid by one spouse to the other upon dissolution of the marriage.

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Whereas most divorced parties cease to have further contact with the courts after their divorce is finalized, it can occasionally become necessary if issues arise regarding either parties compliance with the judgment.

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If you or another family member has been the victim of domestic abuse, then there may be a need for swift legal protection in the form of an Order of Protection. Abuse is a very serious matter, and protecting you and your children from harm is of utmost importance to us.

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It may be advisable to consider entering a pre or post marital agreement with your partner if you’re a business owner, entertainer, getting married later in life; or if you’re simply interested in protecting your estate and wealth in the future.

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Nowadays, more than one-third of children born in the US are born out of wedlock. It’s becoming increasingly common for all different kinds of couples from all walks of life to have children without the formalities of marriage.

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In 2015, the US Supreme Court made its historic decision in Obergefell v. Hodges to recognize same-sex marriages across the nation. Gay and lesbian marriages have unique challenges to which the attorneys of Coladarci and Coladarci are familiar and sensitive.

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Trials don’t always go perfectly and judges can make mistakes. Other times, parties might refuse to accept the court’s final decision. Either way, any party that is dissatisfied with the ruling has the right to appeal and have the ruling examined by a three-judge court of review.

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