Thank you for finding us. We welcome you to our website, and sincerely appreciate your stopping by.
We are attorney / partners – Richard Kulerski and Kari Cornelison. Our practice is limited to divorce law, and we are strong advocates of the non-court / settlement approach to marital dissolution. We see going to court as a last resort.
We have written these pages in an effort to provide you with the straight scoop on divorce and the legal system. Our information is straight-forward, accurate and, whenever possible, set forth in plain English.
We hope that you or a loved one will find our efforts beneficial.
Richard Kulerski & Kari Cornelison
- That Scary First Call
To A Divorce Lawyer
- Why Us & Not A Thousand
- Introduction To
Free Office Visit
- Divorce Law
Your Initial Office Visit
- Have You Heard About Our Flat Fee Divorce For Reasonable People?
- Your Divorce Case -
Every Step Explained
- Cooperative Divorce Law
- Parental Responsibility (Child Custody)
- Priceless Parenting Tips
- Dividing Your Property
- Child Support
(Alimony / Spousal Support)
DuPage County Divorce Attorneys
Kulerski & Cornelison Divorce Lawyers
OVER 70 YEARS OF FAMILY LAW EXPERIENCE
Do you dread the divorce legal system? You’re not alone. Most people do.
We help people who want to know where to start.
Your collaborative lawyer spends 100% of his or her time, energy, and creativity helping you to get a settlement BEFORE your divorce has a chance to become frustrating, costly, and harmful to your family spirit.
Allow a Harvard trained negotiator to assist you in speaking on your behalf.
Richard Kulerski – Harvard Law School –
Program on Negotiation for Lawyers – Cambridge, Massachusetts
Negotiation – 1999; Advanced Mediation – 2000; Advanced Negotiation – 2001.
Not ready to file, but curious?
Close to filing, but don’t know where to start?
Considering Mediation, but not sure what is involved?
If you want what is best for your children
If you only want what is fair
If you want to avoid a court battle
If you don’t want your divorce to turn into a horror story
If you don’t want your divorce to drag on forever
If you don’t want your divorce to cost an arm and a leg
If you don’t want to see the lawyers get rich
THEN YOU HAVE COME TO THE RIGHT PLACE.
WE TRY TO KEEP OUR
CLIENTS OUT OF COURT
WE MAKE GETTING YOU AN EARLY SETTLEMENT OUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY
Please give us a call
We promise to welcome you with understanding, warmth, and professional concern.
We are good listeners. No question is too silly, and no problem is too small.
We anticipate that you may not even be near filing for divorce, and we respect that.
Absolutely no pressure is put on you to file or to hire our firm.
- We welcome your questions
- We are non-judgmental
- We want to understand your situation
- We are discreet
- We are down to earth
- We are good listeners
- We are approachable
- We care
- We want to connect with you
Note: We are not like doctors who make you wait 2-3 weeks for an appointment. Except for the rare occasions when both of our attorneys are on trial, we will meet with you within two days.
Our Family Looking Out For Yours
We offer two types of initial office visits.
Come in and size us up. You decide if we are a comfortable fit for you.
No pressure to file – No pressure to hire us – No sales pitches – Totally confidential
We believe that going to trial in divorce should be your last resort. It should not be the norm. We want to help you avoid the typical hassle that many divorcing couples endure. We are trained, experienced, and certified divorce mediators, collaborative divorce law practitioners, and we stand in the forefront of the Cooperative Divorce Law movement.
WE WERE THE FIRST TO BRING COLLABORATIVE DIVORCE LAW TO ILLINOIS (1999).
DIVORCE CREATES A NEW PIECE OF YOU FAMILY’S HISTORY
MAKE IT AN HONORABLE PIECE
Judge Michael P. Scopelitis and Charlie Asher comment on Richard Kulerski’s article – How Do Divorce Lawyers Divorce?
This three minute video shows Indiana divorce court Judge Michael P. Scopelitis and Indiana divorce attorney, Charles Asher, commenting on Richard Kulerski’s Huffington Post article, “What Do Divorce Lawyer’s Do In Their Own Divorces?”
This is a totally unsolicited YouTube video that Richard Kulerski came across completely by accident.
Richard had no prior knowledge of its existence.
You DON’T have to go through the legal system
Easier on YOU and your KIDS