Experienced Decatur Family Law Attorneys
We understand that navigating life’s milestones can be a daunting task. Whether considering a pre-nuptial agreement, divorce, custody or visitation matter, adopting a child, looking for a surrogate, or considering assisted reproduction, we have a full range of services available to advise and assist you.
At Bolen Robinson & Ellis, we are known for compassionately yet aggressively representing our clients in some of the most difficult, and rewarding life situations. Our practice is not limited to only dissolution of marriage and related issues. We also practice adoption and reproductive law with a focus on meeting the needs of both clients and birth parents.
The attorneys at BRE Law work diligently to represent our clients both in and out of the courtroom. We are professional and aggressive while remaining compassionate and caring. Unlike many attorneys that practice family law only part time, the family law attorneys at BRE Law are dedicated to this area of practice. We distinguish ourselves from other attorneys by diligently attempting to resolve cases and minimize attorney fees. We acknowledge that hiring an attorney to handle such sensitive, life-changing matters can be overwhelming. It is our job to guide our clients through the process by educating them as to their options and choices. Our lawyers work to minimize stress and confusion of clients by creating an open and direct stream of communication. Our attorneys dedicate themselves to listening to our clients, focusing on their needs and balancing those needs with legal matters to achieve our clients’ goals. Whenever major life events come your way, we are here to help.
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An Order of Protection is a legal document that provides protection to people that are being abused by family or household members. If you desire to obtain or need to defend an Order of Protection, the experienced family law lawyers at BRE Law can help.
Illinois recently changed how child support is calculated. The new Income Shares Model for determining Illinois child support may affect you or your child. Please click here to read more, or contact BRE Law’s experienced family law attorneys to discuss this new formula.