Pesce Law Group, P.C.

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Will County Divorce and Family Law Attorneys

Mediation, Family Law, and Divorce Lawyers in Will County

Whether you are going through a divorce or working through child-related issues, you deserve representation from a lawyer who understands your concerns. As a full-service family law firm, Pesce Law Group, P.C. has worked with hundreds of area clients facing similar issues and is prepared to bring that experience to your case. We realize that family law concerns can create significant challenges for spouses, parents, and children, and we are committed to providing the quality legal services you require to overcome those obstacles.

Divorce Concerns

Our attorneys believe that your case deserves the personal attention of a fully-qualified family law attorney who shares your priorities. Over the last decade, our firm has become well-known throughout the local legal community for our dedication to our clients and our perseverant approach to each and every case. Judges and opposing counsel have come to respect our attorneys both at the negotiating table and in the courtroom.

The attorneys at Pesce Law Group, P.C. are well-qualified in all areas of family law, with a wide range of experience in divorce matters. We are equipped to handle any type of divorce and associated issues, including:

Child Issues

Divorcing and unmarried parents alike may find themselves facing significant concern regarding their children. Our team knows how sensitive such cases can be and will work hard at protecting the best interests of your child. The legal professionals at our firm have worked with many families at successfully reaching workable agreements related to:

Other Family Law Matters

At the Pesce Law Group, P.C., our practice areas are not limited to divorce and parent issues. We also regularly work with couples looking to negotiate prenuptial agreements as they look toward a future together as well as postnuptial agreements during the marriage. When necessary, we have the necessary experience to help those needing orders of protection from domestic violence as well.

Our attorneys understand that you have choices when it comes to legal representation, and there are certainly a number of fine lawyers in our area. However, at Pesce Law Group, P.C., you will always be more than just a client. From the moment you call, you become a valued partner in the representation of your case all the way through to the final ruling or agreement.

To schedule a free consultation with one of our professional family law attorneys, contact our office today at 630-352-2240. We look forward to working with you.

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