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Divorce and Family Law Attorneys in Wheaton

DuPage County Divorce and Family Lawyers

A generation or two ago, "traditional" families dominated the American landscape. But in the last several years, blended families have become the new normal. Single parents head many of these households, while other times, married spouses have children from a prior relationship. Blended families present unique emotional, financial, and legal issues, and it takes a compassionate attorney to understand the special nature of family law cases.

Communication is a key to successful personal relationships and, at Pesce Law Group, P.C., we believe the same principle applies to professional relationships. We promptly respond to your emails and phone calls. Moreover, our attorneys proactively keep you abreast of important developments in your case so you are not left in the dark. At Pesce Law Group, P.C., our clients and their interests are our highest priority.

Family Law Firm Serving Wheaton, Illinois

We limit our practice to the issues that matter most to area families, and we are committed to providing cost-effective solutions in a wide range of legal matters.

  • Marriage Dissolution: Although the filing rate has decreased in the last several years, divorce is still much more common than it was thirty or forty years ago. We routinely handle simple uncontested divorces, high-asset cases with complicated property division issues, and everything in between.
  • Non-Litigation Solutions: Some alternatives to a traditional trial include mediation and collaborative law, both of which can conserve resources and serve as a framework for the future.
  • Child Custody and Child Support: Sometimes, the parents have never been married, and the court must establish a framework for the family's interactions. Other times, a previously-entered divorce decree must be modified to more accurately reflect the family's changed circumstances.
  • Family Law: Some non-divorce services include adoptions, paternity, prenuptial agreements, and more.

Our goal as skilled family law attorneys is to provide the most cost-effective solution available. In many cases, we can negotiate a favorable outcome outside of the courtroom with the other party or parties. In other cases, a trial is necessary, and we serve as your strong advocates before the trial judge and any necessary appeals.

Reach Out to a Compassionate Attorney

At Pesce Law Group, P.C., we understand the emotional and financial challenges in any family law action, and we are here to listen and to help. Contact us today at 630-352-2240 for a free consultation.

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