Butler Giraudo & Meister
Peoria 309-407-3332
Morton 309-263-1204

April 2018 Archives

Domestic disputes and child custody

When it comes to child custody cases, parents may face a variety of challenges. Some people who are approaching a custody dispute may be unsure of the relevant laws or their rights, while others may have difficulty understanding their options. This can be an incredibly difficult time and, unfortunately, some people experience domestic disputes that are particularly challenging. For example, domestic disputes may arise between two parents who are discussing the idea of filing for a divorce or after custody has been awarded.

Is it harder to work through divorce if you have kids?

When couples decide that the time to end their marriage has arrived, many concerns may be present, from the emotional impact of ending marriage to the financial implications of divorce. Furthermore, some may worry about how their decision to file for divorce will affect their kids, or if it is more difficult for parents to go through a divorce altogether. Although it is important to consider these factors, people should not feel as if they are stuck in an unhealthy marriage.

Divorce and your reputation

Moving through the process of divorce can be incredibly tough and all sorts of problems may arise, from concerns about your financial future to stress over the way in which custody will be awarded. However, there are additional stressors that some people encounter when they bring their marriage to an end, such as suffering damage to their good reputation. There are a number of reasons why the reputation of those who file for divorce can be damaged, but it is essential for you to stay focused and committed to pursuing a favorable outcome.

  • I cannot even express in words the level of gratitude that I feel. ‘Thank you’ doesn't seem to be enough. Please know that your services and compassion will never be forgotten! I am forever grateful!

  • Thank you so much for your hard work and expertise. I feel as a father in the state of Illinois that what I am trying to achieve is nearly impossible. I am so glad I chose to have your office full of extremely intelligent women represent me.

  • We would like to say thank you for your expertise, education, and kindness when we met with you! Your confidence has helped to comfort us and give us hope that resolution of the issue is possible.

  • I just wanted to say thank you from the bottom of my heart for all your time, energy, and efforts you put into our case. Thank you for helping make our son's quality of life better. I cannot tell you how happy we are!

More Testimonials
Contact Us Today

Contact Our Lawyers About All Areas Of Family Law

We are driven and committed to a successful outcome for all of our clients. To arrange a consultation with attorney Susan Butler, Kelly Giraudo or Tamara Meister, call 309-263-1204 (Morton) or 309-407-3332 (Peoria). You can also contact our law firm by filling out the form below. With offices in both Peoria and Morton, we work hard for our clients while getting to know them as people.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Morton Office
100 S. Main Street
Morton, IL 61550

Toll Free: 888-314-9667
Phone: 309-263-1204
Morton Law Office Map

Peoria Office
416 Main Street
Commerce Bank Building
Suite 927
Peoria, IL 61602

Toll Free: 888-314-9667
Phone: 309-407-3332
Peoria Law Office Map

Morton Office Peoria Office