Pesce Law Group, P.C.

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Plainfield Divorce and Family Law Attorney

Family Law and Divorce Lawyer in Will and Kendall Counties

The Greek philosopher Heraclitus once remarked that "everything changes and nothing stands still." That statement certainly applies to the law, in general, and to Illinois family law in particular. In the past ten years, the State Legislature has addressed many important provisions, including those that deal with spousal support, child custody, child support, modification actions, and other items; in many cases, these laws have been almost completely rewritten. Since these old laws have been repealed or reformed, old methods may no longer be as effective. So, it is vitally important to partner with an attorney who sees family law as a passion and not a sideshow.

Pesce Law Group, P.C. attorneys have that passion. In fact, we limit our practice to marriage dissolution and other family law issues that touch nearly all households in the Plainfield, Illinois area, either directly or indirectly. While we rely on our vast experience and education, we do not hesitate to employ new methods to obtain results, as long as they uphold the legal and financial interests of our valued clients.

Our Mission

Pesce Law Group, P.C. professionals are committed to building stronger families in Plainfield. We do this by helping our clients achieve lasting solutions that are also cost-effective. We specifically focus on:

We also routinely handle modification actions and business valuation disputes.

Our Methods

All our cases begin the same way, which is with a thorough and confidential consultation that focuses on your goals in a given situation. Then, we lay out a specific plan of action to meet those goals to the greatest extent possible and in the most cost-effective manner available.

Due to the complexity of these cases, divorce and family law cases rarely settle quickly. After the case is filed, there are typically one or more pretrial hearings along with oral and written discovery, which largely consists of depositions and document exchanges. Once we gather all the facts, we present your case to the judge in a concise and compelling manner. This approach worked well when the firm was founded, and it will work well years into the future.

For immediate assistance in any of these areas, contact Pesce Law Group, P.C. today at 630-352-2240. Convenient payment plans are available.

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