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Hinsdale Divorce and Family Law Attorneys

Family and Divorce Lawyers in DuPage County

Family law issues touch nearly every household at one time or another. Sometimes, a sudden event triggers the need for immediate legal action, while other times, the surrounding circumstances develop slowly over time. Whether your family law matter is a positive or negative development, or possibly a combination of both, an aggressive attorney will work diligently to find the most appropriate and cost-effective solution for you and your family.

The experienced lawyers at Pesce Law Group, P.C. routinely handle family law matters in DuPage County. We take prompt and sustained action to protect your legal and financial rights, and we are not satisfied with anything less than the best possible outcome.

Family Law Firm Serving Hinsdale, IL

Family law cases are a bit different from traditional civil cases, especially whenever children are involved, in that all parties want to uphold the best interests of the children in all legal decisions. That being said, the parents often have very different perspectives on what is best for their families. Some common family law matters include:

  • Family Law: This umbrella term includes a wide range of services that matter most to area families, including adoption, paternity, domestic violence, and Guardian ad Litem services.
  • Child Support and Custody: In an unstable situation, child support and child custody orders can introduce an element of financial and emotional certainty.
  • Mediation: Sometimes, the best approach to a family law dispute is collaborative law, which is a non-litigation alternative. Judges often order mediation in contested cases, and parties may voluntarily attempt mediation at almost any time.
  • Divorce: This procedure always carries emotional and financial consequences, regardless of the amount of property, the length of the marriage, and other factors. Marriage dissolution may be the most common family law case in DuPage County courts.

Every family law matter is different, but many cases follow the same basic procedure, which underscores the need for an experienced attorney that is familiar with the process used in the local courts. Our attorneys provide substantive representation when emotional issues that may come about from handling family law matters occur. You can depend on us to represent your interests and seek favorable outcomes regardless of the issues you face.

Partner With an Aggressive Attorney

The attorneys at Pesce Law Group, P.C. are ready to hit the ground running and be a strong advocate for you in court. Contact us today at 630-352-2240 for a free consultation. We represent families in DuPage, Kendall, Kane and Will Counties.

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