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Andrew Cores Family Law Group

Divorce & Family Law, Litigation, Business, Mediation, Estate

630-871-1002

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Andrew P. Cores

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Divorce & Family Law, Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Custody, Child Support, Paternity

Andrew concentrates his family law practice in divorce, alimony and spousal support, child support, collaborative law, custody, prenuptial agreements,... (more)

Wendy M. Musielak

Family Law, Divorce, Child Support, Divorce & Family Law

Wendy concentrates her legal practice in family law matters including child custody and visitation, child support, alimony and spousal support, collab... (more)

The DuPage attorneys of Andrew Cores Family Law Group strive to provide quality legal representation and prompt attention to all of our clients, individuals, businesses and families. Our attorneys understand the time and money you invest in your business, and we will devote the same effort to your legal concern.
Divorce and Family Law

DuPage Divorce and Family Law Attorneys, Andrew Cores Family Law Group has a family law and divorce practice with experienced lawyers located in Wheaton, Chicago and Oswego devoted to representing families and individuals in DuPage County, Cook County and the surrounding areas. We advise clients about divorce, spousal and child support, father's rights, estate planning, asset protection planning, and guardianship proceedings.
Business Law

We represent businesses ranging from construction companies, manufacturers, service providers, hospitals, physicians and other professionals, banks, and credit unions throughout Chicago and its suburbs from our offices in Wheaton, Chicago, and Oswego. Contact us to schedule a consultation. For an attorney in a specific practice area, please click on that practice area.

Our business law attorneys represent clients in a variety of legal practice areas including government contracts, corporate law, commercial litigation, mergers and acquisitions, copyrights and trademarks, employment and labor law, construction litigation, medical malpractice, insurance defense, and real estate.

To learn more about our practice areas, or about the law firm of Andrew Cores Family Law Group, call (630) 871-1002 or contact us through this Web site to set up a consultation with a lawyer at our DuPage County law firm.

    Andrew Cores Family Law Group
    400 S. County Farm Rd., Suite 200
    Wheaton, IL 60187
    41.853144,-88.122942

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    400 S. County Farm Rd., Suite 200
    Wheaton, IL 60187


    Other Locations:
    • Wheaton Location
      400 S County Farm Rd, Suite 200
      Wheaton IL 60187

      Chicago Location
      20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 1860
      Chicago IL 60606

      Oswego Location
      195 Kendall Pointe Drive,Suite 15
      Oswego IL 60543

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