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At Buffalo Grove Law Offices, we represent individuals, couples and families who need insightful counsel and experienced advocacy to protect their rights and guide them through the legal process in matters related to divorce, child custody, paternity, child support, post-decree issues, property division, spousal maintenance and adoption. At Buffalo Grove Law Offices, you will get straightforward, honest communication at each step in the process. Located in Arlington Heights, we serve clients in Arlington Heights, Hoffman Estates, Schaumburg, Roselle, Elk Grove Village, Palatine, Buffalo Grove, and throughout Cook County ad the Chicago metropolitan area; Lake County, DuPage County, Kane County, and Will County.

Arlington Heights Divorce Lawyer Dedicated To Our Clients’ Success

Buffalo Grove Law Offices understands that at the center of any family law matter is a family. We are committed to helping families struggling with divorce and other emotional family law issues to resolve their disagreements and move forward with their lives.

There is life after divorce. We help clients prepare for that future. With experience and veteran perspective, we help families arrive at individualized outcomes to help them continue to thrive through the future, even if the dynamics and relationships have changed. This includes working to ensure that the future is financially and emotionally supported for both you and your children. We advocate for the children from start to finish, ensuring that their worlds are impacted as minimally as possible.

Our firm often assists clients in avoiding the uncertainty and expense of a courtroom battle by negotiating favorable out-of-court solutions through mediation and arbitration. However, if the other side is unwilling to agree to a fair settlement, our principal attorney, Angela E. Peters, is a veteran trial lawyer with more than 30 years of experience successfully defending our clients’ interests at trial.

Contact A Buffalo Grove Child Custody Attorney

Call our Illinois office at 847-222-9429 or contact us online to discuss your questions, concerns and options in an affordable initial consultation.

The information that you obtain from this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice about your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters, and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as the attorney-client relationship has been established.

TRIAL COURT IMPROPERLY REDUCES MAINTENANCE

The parties returned to court 61 months after the divorce. Wife had received maintenance for five years. The court needed to conduct a general review of maintenance.  This had been provided for in the divorce [...]

GRANDPARENT VISITATION and THE BALANCING ACT WITH CHILD’S MOTHER

Alice is a single mother raising a minor child, E.H..   Cory is the father of E.H. Alice and Cory were never married.  They never lived together. Alice and E.H. live with E.H.'s maternal grandparents. Cindy [...]

COURT UNABLE TO MAKE A PRECISE DETERMINATION WAS ABLE TO MAKE A DECISION

Wife filed a Petition for Husband to contribute to her attorney fees and costs in divorce court.  The court held a hearing.    It ordered Husband to contribute $700,000 toward the attorney fees incurred by Wife. [...]

A CUSTODY DETERMINATION WITH MOTHER BEING AN ESCORT

Wife petitioned for temporary custody of the three children and temporary possession of the home. The trial court granted husband temporary custody of parties' three minor children and possession of the home. He made this [...]

READ ONE LAST TIME BEFORE YOU SIGN

The parties divorce.   The judgment provides that their Agreement (MSA) settled 'all questions of property rights.  All claims against each other.  All rights of maintenance and all other marital rights arising out of their marriage [...]

DON’T SPEND IT ALL JUST YET

Parties had divorced.  They were back in court. Wife was to pay child support.  She had a personal injury case settlement.  The Court was deciding how much of it should go toward child support from [...]