Peoria Family Law for Men
Matters relating to family law can be emotional and complex. That’s why Cordell & Cordell works closely with male clients to help them get through what may be some of the most challenging times of their lives.
Here to Help
If you’re going through a divorce, child custody battle, or another matter relating to family law, you probably have a lot weighing on your mind. Cordell & Cordell can guide you through the legal issues you’re facing so that you can focus on moving forward with your life. Whether your legal matter involves children, pets, or property, Cordell & Cordell’s goal is to help you come away with a favorable outcome. And if you have questions or concerns, Cordell & Cordell will be there for you to address them every step of the way.
When it comes to family law, men deserve solid representation too. Call today to talk to a compassionate lawyer about your needs and concerns.
National Client Testimonials
“Melinda and Cordell & Cordell did awesome with me! I would do it again tomorrow and twice on Sunday. I can’t put a price tag on the work Melinda did. She would return calls at 9pm at night. She was outstanding and had a great way of calming me down. She knows how much my little girl means to me. … She understood my situation. I would pay her triple her hourly rate! She is extremely personable, down to earth, real, [and] honest. I appreciated her honesty and when she would be blunt with me. She is a solid attorney! I would open my families home to her and consider her a friend now. Cordell & Cordell is lucky to have her!”
“Dena is good people. She was very compassionate to my case and needs. Everything was wonderful, and the outcome was better than I had hoped.”
“Bradley and [his paralegal] have been doing an outstanding job reviewing any evidence and supportive documents that will work with my case. Bradley was able to explain and identify, as well as communicate the strategy and plan on my case. They are very proactive and timely. Bradley listens to me very well and is very professional, including to the attorney from the opposing side. …”