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Andrew Boyer, P.C.
Representing Clients In Will, Grundy And Kendall Counties

Trusted Family Law Attorney

I am Andrew Boyer, a proven Illinois family law attorney. Drawing on more than 30 years of experience, I can help you resolve divorce and other issues effectively to move forward with your life.

Call my law office, Andrew Boyer, P.C., at 815-207-8263 to arrange a free initial consultation about your particular situation. From my office in Shorewood, I represent clients throughout Will, Grundy and Kendall counties.

How My Experience Can Benefit You

Because of my extensive experience in family law, I know how to help clients clarify their goals and decide upon the approach to issues that makes the most sense for a particular situation.

In a divorce case, if you get along reasonably well with your ex, this may mean using negotiation or mediation to work out an efficient solution that minimizes conflict. But if litigation is needed to protect your interests, I will be a strong advocate for you there as well.

In short, my approach is a practical one, based on the best way to pursue your goals. For information about my background and experience, visit my profile link below.

Let Me Help You Start A New Life

  1. What is the best that could happen?
  2. What is the worst that could happen?
  3. What do I think will happen?
  4. What is it going to cost?

As your attorney, I will help you explore your options and make well-informed decisions regarding your case. I will help you effectively manage your resources while ensuring that you obtain the best possible outcome.

I've been doing this for over 30 years. And I use that experience every day to help my clients take care of issues successfully and create a new family life.

For a free initial consultation with a trusted lawyer, contact my office or send a message online.

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