Leading Illinois Family Law Attorneys
Making Family Law Work for You and Your Family Family law matters are among the most personal and emotional of all legal matters. Men and women going through a divorce or child custody dispute are expected to make rational, well-reasoned decisions and set realistic goals at perhaps one of the most difficult times of their life. Because the legal process is complicated, it can be easy to make decisions that are not in your best interest or the best interest of your children.
At the Edwardsville law office of Blake Behme Law Group, P.C., our family law attorneys can help you make decisions, set goals and take action that result in solutions that work for you and your evolving family. Whether you are concerned about fair property division in a contested divorce or you are anticipating a tough custody battle over who gets the children or you are considering divorce and have questions about the legal process, we are the firm to call for help.
Navigate Through Difficult Family Law Problems
We have been helping clients throughout Madison County and St. Clair County, Illinois, navigate through difficult family law matters since 1983. Over these past two and a half decades, we have earned a reputation as a law firm that places a great deal of emphasis on our clients’ emotional, legal and financial well-being today as well as for the rest of their lives. Our personalized approach helps us earn our clients’ trust. Carefully listening to our clients helps us better understand their needs and goals, which allows us to build strong, well-reasoned cases.
In addition to having earned a reputation as client-attentive firm, Blake Behme Law Group, P.C. has received an AV rating* by its peers for outstanding legal ability and ethical standards. We will vigorously advocate for your rights, drawing on our skill, experience and knowledge of family law to help bring about the most favorable outcome we can for you.
We represent clients in matters concerning:
• Contested and uncontested divorce, including military divorce
• Child custody, including modification of the custody arrangement or changes to visitation
• Father’s rights and mother’s rights
• Child support and modification or enforcement of support
• International family law matters involving custody or divorce
• Paternity actions
• Interference with relationship of the children
• Protection of children
Learn How We Can Help. Call Today: 618-692-7200 or 855-886-1LAW (1529)
When you work with our law firm, you will have access to an Edwardsville family law attorney who is never too busy to meet or communicate with you and who will make sure that you understand the legal process, as we vigorously advocate on your behalf. Please contact one of our Madison County divorce lawyers by e-mail or by calling: 618-692-7200 or 618-692-7200.