Helping individuals resolve divorce matters

Many legal matters and the related procedural laws are fairly clear-cut and black and white. However, when it comes to legal matters related to family law cases, there are often many shades of gray. For many individuals throughout Central Illinois, family comes first and conflict within a family can be extremely stressful and upsetting.

Divorce is definitely one of the most disruptive of all family law cases. When a married couple makes the decision to divorce, spouses are left to not only deal with their own painful emotions and feelings but also numerous logistical and financial matters. Additionally, in divorces involving minor-aged children, decisions must be made with regard to child custody.

The family law attorneys at Butler & Giraudo, P.C. care about our clients and work to advocate on their behalf in divorce-related matters including the division of property, spousal maintenance and child custody. We understand that, for some individuals going through a divorce, the loss of a marriage and spouse can be devastating and we’re here to help clients cope with their loss without losing sight of the bigger picture.

Decisions made during the divorce process are critical to ensuring for an individual’s future financial and personal success. Therefore, our attorneys work hard to keep clients informed of their choices as well as the possible benefits or implications of those choices. While every individual’s divorce is unique, our attorneys are able to draw upon a wealth of experience and knowledge to counsel clients and advocate on their behalf.

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