Pesce Law Group, P.C.

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Naperville | Oak Brook | Burr Ridge | Lake Forest | St. Charles

Naperville, IL Family Law Attorneys

DuPage County Divorce and Mediation Attorneys

Pesce Law Group, P.C. is dedicated to families in the DuPage County area. Our commitment to you is our best effort, and our best attitude, in each phone call we place, each e-mail we send, each document we draft, each court appearance we make, and each case we resolve. You will notice the difference the moment you step into our comfortable office for your free consultation.

Divorce and family law issues present a unique set of challenges, and our experienced attorneys provide both solid counsel and aggressive representation in all facets of each case.

What We Do

At Pesce Law Group, P.C., we are a full-service family law firm. We routinely handle a wide array of matters, including, but not limited to:

Mediation and collaborative law, in addition to other non-litigation solutions, may be appropriate in your case.

In addition, we also provide non-divorce services to area families who may be facing similar issues. A few of these services include:

Other services include name changes and simple adoptions.

Our Values

We are keenly aware that you have many options when it comes to your family law attorney, as there are a number of fine lawyers in the area. We feel, however, that our experience and our commitment to our clients sets us apart from the rest. Nevertheless, we never forget that you have a choice, and we consider all our clients to be valuable partners in the matters they so dearly entrust with us.

Attorneys at Pesce Law Group, P.C. provide sound legal advice and zealous advocacy in family law and divorce matters. Contact us today for a free consultation at 630-352-2240.

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