Pesce Law Group, P.C.

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

Collaborative Law, Divorce and Family Law Firm in Kane County

Kane County Family Law and Divorce Attorneys

No matter what type of family law concern you may be facing, you need representation from an attorney who is prepared to work with you. Many law firms will tell you that your case is a priority. At Pesce Law Group, P.C., we will prove it. Our attorneys have worked with hundreds of clients dealing with family law concerns, effectively negotiating and litigating their cases to a favorable outcome. We bring that experience and dedication to each case, providing every one with the professional service and attention it deserves.

At our law firm, your case is important to us and will be handled by skilled family law attorneys who understand your needs and share your values. We are proud of the reputation that we have developed over the last decade as hard-working attorneys committed to representing our clients' best interests both at the negotiating table and in the courtroom.

Areas of Practice

As a full-service family law firm, Pesce Law Group, P.C. routinely handles a wide variety of legal matters. We are equipped to help clients in any type of divorce situation, including contested and uncontested divorces, complex divorces, and high asset divorces. Whether in litigation or through alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation and collaborative law, our skilled professionals help clients through the process as efficiently as possible while protecting their best interests.

We also have vast experience regarding issues relating to children, both in the context of divorce and as separate considerations. Our attorneys work with clients dealing with child custody disputes, visitation and shared parenting time, child support, paternity concerns, providing for special needs children, and many other child-related matters. Attorney Don Pesce is also a court certified Guardian ad Litem and can provide guidance as a child representative.

In addition to divorce and child issues, we provide assistance in other areas of family law as well. Many couples look to our law firm for assistance in developing prenuptial agreements as they prepare for marriage and also postnuptial agreements during the marriage. Such agreements are particularly helpful for remarriage situations, or those in which one partner has children from a previous relationship. We also are skilled at representing our clients in paternity matters and in seeking orders of protection as a result of domestic violence.

Lawyers Who Put Your Needs First

Mr. Pesce has dedicated his career to the practice of family law and is proud to serve clients throughout Kane County and the rest of northern Illinois. By providing one-on-one attention to each and every client, our attorneys develop a solid relationship based on communication and trust. When you work with Pesce Law Group, P.C., you become a valued part of our team, from your initial consultation through the final verdict or settlement.

For more information or to schedule a free consultation with a Kane County attorney you can trust, contact our office today. We will review your case and help you understand your options. Contact us at 630-352-2240 to make an appointment and put our team to work for you.

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