Champaign Family Mediation Attorneys

Champaign Family Mediation Attorneys

Negotiate efficiently and meet your legal goals with the help of our Champaign family mediation attorneys who have the necessary skills to put you in the best position

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The purpose of a free consultation is to determine whether our firm is a good fit for your legal needs. Although we often discuss expected results and costs, our attorneys do not give legal advice unless and until you choose to retain us. Although most consultations are complimentary, some may carry a charge depending on the type of matter and meeting location.

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O'Flaherty Law of Champaign

2506 Galen Dr., Ste. 108A Champaign, IL 61821

Phone:

(217) 803-8679

E-Mail:

champaign.il@oflaherty-law.com

Hours: 9 am - 7 pm Monday - Friday 11 am - 3pm Saturday 11 am - 2 pm Sunday

See below for our other locations. If our office locations are not convenient for you, we are happy to speak with you by phone.  ​​​

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Kevin O'Flaherty oversees all legal matters and is actively involved in making sure every client's case, big or small, is handled with excellence and attention to detail. He is available to contact through phone and email and his rates are available upon request.

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How Family Mediation Works In Illinois

In this article, our Champaign child custody mediation attorneys discuss the process of mediation and why it is important not only for people seeking to resolve their domestic issues in a cost-effective manner, but also to lead to more lasting solutions without litigation. While attorneys may not need to be involved during a third-party mediation, it is important to have an attorney present to understand your rights and protect your interests. This becomes especially important when you feel there is unequal power in the relationship. Our mediation attorneys have your best interest at heart and will be your advocate in mediation decisions related to family, child custody, child support, or divorce.


In this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog, Champaign family mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses family mediation and how it can be voluntary and involuntary in the state of Illinois.

Illinois Parenting Laws 2020

In this video, our Champaign family mediation attorneys explain how the phrase allocation of parenting time and responsibility has replaced the terms custody and visitation since the modification to Illinois child custody law in 2016. The purpose of the change was to represent parenting time and responsibility as a spectrum, rather than a one-dimensional term. Now, parenting time and decision-making privileges have nothing to do with which person is the custodial or non-custodial parent.


In this Learn About Law episode, our Champaign family mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to the Illinois Child Custody laws in 2020.

Dissipation & Contribution in Champaign Divorces

In this article, our Champaign family mediation attorneys explain the difference between contributions and dissipation when it comes to marital estates. We discuss what assets are typically considered marital and non-marital assets in the eyes of the courts and how the courts differentiate them. When one spouse uses marital resources for non-marital purposes, it is likely they have “dissipated” the marital estate. If a dissipation has occurred, then the spouse who has caused the dissipation must reimburse the marital estate for this improper expenditure. A contribution, on the other hand, occurs when one spouse uses non-marital funds to contribute to a marital expense. When a contribution has occurred then the contributing party is entitled to reimbursement from the marital estate.


In this Learn About Law episode, our Champaign family mediation attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to the Illinois Child Custody laws in 2020.

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