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Mary J. Rocco, Attorney at Law, LLC

Sole Custody Lawyer | Serving Roselle, IL

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630-381-0046

Your Family and Child Custody needs are important. Click here or call today for help.

The law office of Mary J. Rocco offers a personable and dedicated approach to handling your legal matters. If you are looking for an affordable and responsible attorney who possesses the knowledge you need, call us to set up a free consultation.  Mary J. Rocco is an attorney practicing law in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. She currently operates as a solo …

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MLG Law Group

Sole Custody Lawyer | Serving Roselle, IL

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773-644-8173

A Family Law firm representing clients in the Chicago area.

The Mehta Law Group is one of Chicago’s premier law firms. Our team of lawyers and staff are here to serve you and to help build a better future for yourself and your family. We represent individuals, families, and children in every aspect of the legal process from beginning to end. Our attorneys bring with them over 30 years of combined experience, we are …

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Rhonda L. Rosenthal, P.C.

Sole Custody Lawyer | Serving Roselle, IL

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815-200-4791

Working with Families in Crisis
Handling All Types of Family Law Matters and Probate Court Issues Including Guardianships for Disabled Adults & Closing Estates

When I was ten years old, I decided that I wanted to be an attorney so that I could help people when they were in trouble.  While working my way though college as an assistant for three attorneys, I decided that I wanted to focus in probate and family law.  I felt that in these areas of law, people were at their most vulnerable and emotional, and they needed a …

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Law Offices of Kevin Saville

Sole Custody Lawyer | Serving Roselle, IL

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312-263-4225

Divorce Lawyer With Over 20 Years’ Experience, Certified In Mediation & Collaborative Law!

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