We are here to guide and assist you and your family through the divorce process

Making the decision to file for divorce is one that is often preceded by months or even years of conflict and unhappiness. Individuals who are facing the end of a marriage may experience a range of emotions and feelings including confusion, relief, sadness, anxiety, hope and fear. While completely normal and healthy, these types of strong emotions and feelings can cloud one’s ability to think rationally and make it difficult to plan for and make decisions that will ultimately benefit in the future.

The family law attorneys at Butler & Giraudo, P.C. help residents throughout Central Illinois successfully navigate the divorce process. We are compassionate and skilled family law professionals who advocate for our clients to ensure that both they and their families are poised for post-divorce success.

When facing a divorce, it’s natural to feel overwhelmed. Whether a couple has been married for two or 20 years, matters related to the division of property, assets and debts must be determined. Additionally, for divorcing parents, issues related to child custody and support are often accompanied by strong emotions and fears. Regardless of one’s specific circumstances, the family law attorneys at Butler & Giraudo, P.C. are here to help.

In addition to helping clients successfully through the divorce process, our family law attorneys can also assist in post-divorce matters. For example, we frequently assist parents who are seeking to modify an existing child custody and visitation agreement or child support order.

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