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DuPage County Divorce Attorneys

Family Law and Divorce Lawyers in Lombard, Bloomingdale, and Naperville

When you are facing a divorce or any other family legal issue, you need experienced legal representation from advocates that truly care about your needs. At Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, our award-winning family law attorneys have been serving clients in the Chicago area and throughout Illinois for over 40 years. We have been highly recognized by our peers for our aggressive advocacy on behalf of our clients as well as our honest, direct and down-to-earth approach. Our attorneys have high Avvo ratings and are members of Super Lawyers and the National Association of Distinguished Counsel's Nation's Top One Percent.

When you work with Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices, you receive full service family legal representation. Our lawyers have extensive experience with all divorce and family law matters, as well as multiple other practice areas. Our legal team is responsive, accessible, approachable, and dedicated to protecting your interests. We understand the emotional toll a difficult legal issue can exact on you and your family, and we work hard to make your experience with us as smooth and seamless as possible. We offer free initial consultations and extended evening and weekend hours to accommodate your schedule. In addition, we respond quickly to all client inquiries and provide ongoing updates on the status of your case. We welcome the opportunity to put our experience in family law and divorce matters to work for you. Contact our law firm at 630-932-9100 today.


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Divorce &
Family Law


The divorce process can be long and complicated, but you do not have to go through it alone. Our lawyers understand the emotional toll that the end of a marriage can take on you, your children, and other family members, and we are here to help you address your legal concerns and ensure that you will be able to move forward with your life successfully. We can also assist with multiple other family law issues related to child custody, adoption, paternity, guardianship, and more.

Family Law

Divorce FAQs

Do I Need a Lawyer For My Divorce?

Answer: While you are not required by law to be represented by an attorney, attempting to end your marriage without assistance from a legal professional is not recommended. Our lawyers can advise you on the best ways to protect your rights, achieve your goals, and avoid issues that could prolong the divorce process.

How Long Will it Take for My Divorce to Be Finalized?

Answer: No two divorce cases are alike, so it is impossible to say with certainty how much time will be needed to complete the divorce process. Complex financial issues or contentious child custody disputes will often require longer to resolve. However, with the help of an attorney, you can determine your best options for resolving issues as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Will My Spouse Get Half of Everything During Our Divorce?

Answer: While you and your spouse will be required to divide all of your marital property, this division will not necessarily be an equal split. Illinois law requires marital assets to be divided in a fair and equitable manner. Factors that can affect decisions about property division may include each spouse's needs and financial resources.

Will I Be Required to Pay Spousal Support?

Answer: Illinois law refers to spousal support or alimony as spousal maintenance. Decisions about maintenance are handled on a case-by-case basis. Generally, spousal support may be awarded if one spouse earns a significantly higher income, and the other spouse needs financial assistance to maintain his or her standard of living.



personal injury

If you have been injured due to the negligence of another party, you may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages. The personal injury lawyers at Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices can evaluate your case and help you understand your options. We have extensive experience handling multiple types of personal injury cases, including those involving motor vehicle collisions, medical malpractice, dog bites, nursing home abuse, and more.

Personal Injury FAQs

Is it Important to Receive Medical Attention Soon After an Accident?

Answer: Yes, medical treatment should be sought out as soon as possible after suffering an injury. An examination by a medical professional can establish the extent of your injuries, as well as their causes. This will help ensure that you will be able to receive compensation for all of your medical expenses, as well as other damages.

When Should I Contact a Lawyer After Being Injured?

Answer: It is important to speak with an attorney as soon as possible after being involved in an accident or suffering another type of injury. If you contact us within 24 hours of your injury, we can evaluate your case, advise you of your options, and take prompt action to gather and preserve evidence from the scene of the accident.

How Much Time After My Injury Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?

Answer: Illinois has a two-year statute of limitations in most cases. This means that you will need to take legal action within two years after the date of an accident or injury, or within two years after you became aware of your injury. Failing to file a lawsuit within this time limit may prevent you from being able to receive compensation.

How Much Is My Case Worth?

Answer: The amount of compensation you can receive will depend on multiple factors, including the extent of your injuries, the types of medical treatment that were required, whether you will need ongoing care, and whether you have suffered other types of damages, such as impairment to your ability to earn an income.

Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices


Ford Motors Pays $1.5 Million For Death Caused By Slow Deploying Airbag

Mr. Mevorah, with another attorney, filed a lawsuit against Ford Motor Company, and obtained an out of court settlement of $l.5 million for the client's family.

A 48 year woman was killed instantly when traveling in her own vehicle and was involved in a low speed collision, the air bag deployed and broke the client's neck. The theory developed was that the air bag deployed too slowly, based upon evidence obtained from the "black box" or on board computer in the vehicle.

From Our Clients

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    "Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices did a perfectly amazing job in representing my son. He was very professional, personable and caring. The knowledge he brought to the courtroom was great and has helped in the finalization of my son's case."


    "We would like to thank Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices and especially our attorney for helping us through a difficult time in our lives. Everyone in the office was very helpful and we will recommend this firm to our friends and family."


    "Thank you so much for believing in me and representing me. You and your staff did a great job handling my personal injury case. I would recommend you and your law firm to any family, friend, or co-worker who is looking for a good lawyer."

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    "After being in an auto accident which has caused me not only physical, but emotional pain. Working with your firm, I have regained some confidence and happiness. Your office and its members were nothing short of exceptional."


    "The services I received were beyond my Expectations. I know from the outcome of my case that a lot of hard work and thought was put into it. Furthermore, after my case I was able to inquire advice on other legal situations. Thank You!"


    "I would like to thank my attorney for the efficient, timely manner in which he handled my case. He answered my questions and put me at ease. This is the second time I have used Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices and would do so again."

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Meet Our Attorneys

Our team has multiple decades of combined experience, and we have advocated on behalf of clients in a wide range of legal practice areas. We are committed to providing our clients with the advice and guidance they need to help them make the right decisions and achieve their goals.

From Our Blog

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