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The word “concierge” seems to be becoming more popular these days.

Aside from the traditional role of concierges in the hotel industry, many elite doctors are leaving their conventional medical offices to begin concierge practices. They close their practice to the general public, and accept only a limited amount of patients who pay a yearly premium to be part of the selective group.

Our concierge services are different. Concierge describes a service oriented person who has special knowledge about something local to him or to her, and whose role it is to share this knowledge with others who are not in the same position to know the information. They are doorkeepers to a world that is unfamiliar to those who need guidance in that world.

This is where we come in. We know how bewildering and intimidating the divorce legal system can be to those who are about to enter it. We offer a one hour ($250.00) to a two hour ($400.00) session to individuals or couples in which we explain everything about the divorce process from A to Z. We dispel myth, and tell the people exactly what is in store for them and what their choices are.

  • How can you decide something until you know what your choices are?
  • Why should you commit to something before you know what you are committing to?

Our informational meetings explain the different conflict resolution alternatives that are now available to divorcing spouses. Soon-to-be exes get the opportunity to learn their process choices individually or together.

Traditionally, lawyers would only meet with the spouse that they would represent. This often led to distrust and defensiveness when the other spouse learned that their partner got the jump on them, and now knew more about divorce law than they did. Many of these parties report that they felt like something was going on behind their back. They would enter the legal system believing that their partner had an advantage.

If the spouses want a friendly and inexpensive divorce, they overcome the first hurdle by learning the same information at the same time and in each other’s presence.

While we welcome individual spouses to our concierge services, we also feel the “Bring Your Spouse Along” feature ls éxceptionally fitting with our concierge concept.

Lawyers cannot give legal advice to both sides of a case, but they may provide process information to both about the various approaches to divorce.

The litigation, mediation, cooperative divorce law, and collaborative divorce processes are explained fully, along with the mechanics of the divorce legal system in general. Aside from actual legal advice, the parties become familiar with everything they need to know about the litigation and non-court dispute resolution methods. This information enables them to make a joint decision in selecting the approach that best fits their personalities, needs, and circumstances.

These meetings are for the exclusive benefit of the parties. Our lawyers do not attempt to persuade or influence either party to hire our law firm in any capacity or to select one process method instead of another.

We are not auto salespersons. No pressure whatsoever is put upon the spouses to take any action. Everything is highly confidential, and we will never follow-up by unilaterally contacting you in any fashion.

When the situation warrants, we can direct our clients to the appropriate child specialists, divorce coaches, financial experts, real estate and business appraisers, and a variety of other helpful professionals.

We know how to shepherd you through this dreaded process, and look forward to having the opportunity to do so.

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1 S 660 Midwest Road Suite 320 Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

630.928.0600

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Informal. No-Hassle. No-Pressure.

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We have lots of understanding and lots of coffee (or water).

Call 630-928-0600 to book your initial office consultation.

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