Family Law Firm in Geneva, Illinois
Law Firm OverviewThe Law Offices of Douglas B. Warlick in Geneva, Illinois, handles the full range of family law. Established in 1981, our firm represents clients all over DuPage County and Kane County. We strive to offer quality legal counsel and unwavering advocacy for our client.
For over 3 decades, our law firm has practiced family law, building a reputation for excellence, integrity with experience, and effectiveness. In the justice systems of both counties, the judges know and respect our law firm for our honest representation of clients, commitment to our profession, knowledge of the law, and our solid credentials.
Above all, we are strong advocates for our clients. Our aggressive lawyer is unyielding in protecting the rights and best interests of the people who hire our firm. We have a veteran divorce trial lawyer who does not flinch when matters must be litigated.
Year this Office was Established: 1981
Areas of Law
Areas of Law Description
If you are getting divorced, our knowledgeable and experienced legal counsel provides quality representation in court or through negotiations. We can ensure that you obtain the appropriate resolution for your unique situation.
- Child Custody
Our law firm handles a wide variety of family law, with a dedication to serving the needs of children while protecting the rights and interests of the parents we represent.
When determining alimony levels, judges have a great deal of discretion and flexibility. Our lawyer has handled family law matters in the courts for more than 25 years. We are well acquainted with the local judges, and understands the approach that each judge takes when determining levels of alimony.
Mediation is a non-binding process whereby two parties “come to the table” in a spirit of resolution and compromise to avoid protracted legal disputes. Our lawyer has been a certified mediator for more than 10 years and helped many couples work out agreements in mediation or through court appointments.
- Collaborative Law
Collaborative law is a formal divorce settlement process that combines the best of mediation and negotiation. Our lawyer is currently known as the only attorney in Kane County who has received training in the growing practice of Collaborative Family Law.
- Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is a serious and sensitive issue requiring the deft touch of a seasoned family law attorney. Our law firm has practiced in the area of domestic violence since the inception of the current domestic violence legislation.
If the father did not acknowledge parentage at birth, our law office can assist in obtaining a court order for DNA paternity testing to prove fatherhood and compel child support. We also ensure that our clients’ rights are protected regarding the custody, visitation and child support order.
- Juvenile Law
Our family law attorney represents children and parents in the juvenile law systems of Kane County and DuPage County, ensuring that the constitutional rights of our clients are protected and working toward resolutions that preserve families.
- Prenuptial Agreements
If you have questions about a prenuptial agreement or concerns about protecting your property, contact our offices. We provide skilled legal representation for all family law matters, including prenuptial agreements.
Whether you are seeking to adopt a child or fighting termination of your parental rights, you can count on knowledgeable legal advice and devoted, personalized attention to your legal matter. Our law firm has an experienced family law attorney who serves a strong advocate for our clients.
Mr. Douglas B. Warlick
Adoption, Child Custody and Visitation, Child Support, Divorce, Family Law
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