Cox & Fulk LLC.
Bloomington, IL Attorneys
Cox & Fulk LLC. has established and maintained a standard of providing high-quality representation across a wide range of civil matters. We practice in real estate law, business law, trusts & wills, family law and divorce law in Bloomington, IL and the surrounding areas of Central Illinois. Our legal team is ready to represent sole business proprietors in civil disputes, individuals in matters of family law, and offer a wide range of comprehensive legal services to larger corporations.
Cox & Fulk, LLC. strives to provide representation and guidance of the highest quality in all aspects of civil law. Our established lawyers in Bloomington, IL practice in real estate law, business law, trusts & wills, divorce, family law and civil litigation needs.
Whether you are buying or selling real estate, our experienced staff understands and has executed countless residential, commercial and agricultural real estate closings. Let our experienced real estate attorneys assist in your next real estate transaction.
The firm can assist in helping with the formation of various types of businesses such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, and limited liability companies. Our attorneys can ensure that our client’s best interests are represented when a business enters into a legal contract.
A trust can be structured in many different ways. There are two main categories of trusts: those which are irrevocable and are not amendable, and those which are revocable and amendable. The attorneys at Cox & Fulk LLC. can help you determine the best way to structure your trust.
When a marriage is ending or has ended, our trusted divorce lawyers can help their clients with all the related issues, such as division of property and child custody. Our attorneys can also help with spousal support issues and more.
Family law focuses on various aspects of family relationships. Our lawyers can help clients navigate various court proceedings and negotiate important legal documents. We can assist with adoption, paternity, emancipation, and other matters not usually related to divorce.
Civil litigation is the process of resolving disputes between individuals or groups of people using the court system. Rather than being a criminal matter, civil cases involve lawsuits filed by individuals or businesses against another.
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