Belleville, IL Divorce Attorneys & Mediation
Waterloo, IL Divorce Attorney
Wilson, Dabler & Associates.
We Pair Legal Experience
with Human Wisdom.
Belleville, IL Attorneys Practicing Military Family Law
If you are facing a divorce and are serving in the military in Saint Clair County, IL, we can help you with division of property or parenting issues in Illinois. Contact us for a consultation to discuss your particular issues related to military divorce in Belleville, Illinois and surrounding areas.
Waterloo, IL Attorneys Practicing Family Law
If you are facing a divorce in Monroe, Randolph or Perry County we can help you with division of property or parenting issues in Illinois. Contact us for a consultation to discuss your particular issues related to divorce mediaton.
Mediation Services As A Family Law Option
Our law firm strives to point our clients to the most peaceable resolution possible. We offer mediation services and often recommend that approach. Family Law Attorney, Susan Parnell Wilson, has been a licensed mediator serving Belleville since 1993, and our experience suggests that families that have the opportunity to talk through their goals and concerns in an open and honest setting reach agreements that are more likely to be honored in the long term.
Attorney Heather Dabler, who recently became certified as a domestic mediator, brings to the table over 10 years experience in litigating family and personal injury cases. She is trained in traditional mediation and collaborative mediation and other cutting edge concepts. Learn why we're considered among the top Belleville lawyers family law and mediation practitioners. Wilson Dabler Law brings its renowned expertise in family law to the new Waterloo IL office. Schedule a consultation with our trusted team now.
Southern Illinois Family Mediation Involving Child Custody and Parenting Responsibility Allocation
Belleville Attorneys, Wilson, Dabler & Associates, L.L.C., is comprised of two lawyers who are licensed mediators in Illinois. We firmly believe in the mediation process and the benefits it can bring to divorces and parenting responsibility allocation (formerly known as child custody) proceedings. Over the years, we have found that agreements and divisions reached through mediation are less often contested or in need of modification later.
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