Glen Ellyn Divorce Lawyers: A Caring, Thorough Team
Family Law and Divorce Attorneys Serving DuPage County
You never thought you would need to retain Illinois divorce lawyers. However, circumstances perhaps beyond your control led you down a challenging path. Perhaps you and your spouse drifted apart after years of unresolved differences; or maybe he or she had an affair or engaged in other deal-breaking behavior.
No matter what you have been through -- or what kind of battle ahead you face regarding child custody, financial support, and property and asset division -- the team at the Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices can protect your rights and fight for a fair outcome. Combined, our Glen Ellyn divorce attorneys have more than 200 years of combined experience. We can help with a complete array of divorce and family law concerns, including post-decree modifications, child custody, child support, dissolution of arranged marriages, and enforcement of pre and post-nuptial agreements.
Getting Clarity on Your Options, So You Can Have Peace of Mind
Whether you were married for 2 months or 20 years, you grew to think of yourself in terms of "we" instead of "me." Suddenly, the rules have changed. You may also face practical concerns regarding your finances, your home, your career trajectory, your kids' education, and beyond.
When you don't know what's going to happen next with respect to the divorce, you may find it hard to concentrate on planning your life and rebuilding your relationships.
The attorneys at the Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices can provide help with the crucial technical aspects of your divorce and connect you with diverse sources of support. We're here to listen to you, to guide you through this process, and to make sure everyone involved plays by the rules.
When clients understand their options, they feel more prepared for difficult negotiations, mediation, litigation or other legal wrangling, and they get better results.
We provide a wide array of divorce services for Glen Ellyn at Mevorah & Giglio Law Offices including help with paternity, adoption, child support, child custody, post decree modifications, property and asset division, pre and post-nuptial agreements, and dissolution of arranged marriages.