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Livas Law Group
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    We assist divorcing spouses in resolving their legal issues and disputes as amicably and efficiently as possible. We will work with you to reach a divorce settlement that meets your needs.

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    Family Law

    We help divorced, separated, or unmarried parents address issues related to parental responsibility, parenting time, paternity, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and domestic violence.

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    Personal Injury

    We work with victims in cases involving car accidents, medical malpractice, premises liability, and nursing home abuse or neglect to recover compensation from those who were responsible.

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Naperville Divorce, Family Law, and Mediation Lawyers

Personal Injury, Criminal Defense, and Estate Planning Attorneys in DuPage County

When you need to address legal issues, the choice of an attorney is one of the most important decisions you will make. You need legal counsel that will protect your rights, represent your interests, and help you understand the options available to you throughout every step of your case. At Davi Law Group, we strive to provide effective and affordable legal help to our clients. We will make sure you understand how the laws apply to your situation, and we will work to achieve your goals as smoothly and efficiently as possible.

Whether you are looking to resolve family law or divorce disputes, create an estate plan, negotiate and draft a contract, or pursue compensation for a personal injury, we can provide the legal help you need. Contact our office today at 630-657-5052 to schedule your free initial consultation.

Davi Law Group
  • I was treated with respect, kindness and knowledge. My attorney was patient and was always listening to my case.A divorce is devastating enough but i learned all my options.The office is beautiful neat and clean.The staff was so kind.Plenty of parking. - Carol Parks

  • I have worked with Dion and the Davi Law Group for many years. I would recommend Dion and his firm to anybody looking for a compassionate and dedicated legal advocate that can help them reach a positive outcome in their family law case. - Greg W.

  • As a father seeking sole custody I knew it was going to be a difficult case. Dion went above and beyond to make sure that I was well informed and had everything I needed. We won almost every motion. He was totally organized and left little for interpretation. - Jeff

  • Before calling him I tried calling a dozen other sole practitioner lawyers. It was really hard to get to talk to one. None called back after leaving voicemails. Easy to get in touch and work with Mr Dion. He was quick to act on my work and had it done within the timeframe I had. - Rohith R

  • Dion Davi's Group gave me an outstanding service in a very dark and delicate moment of my life; they did this with a superior service quality, efficient and and professional. I am very grateful for their help and would recommend this firm without hesitation. - Eduardo Belous

Child Support

Under Illinois law, both parents have an obligation to provide financial support for their children, whether they are married, divorced, or unmarried. The amount of child support is based on both parents' incomes, as well as each parent's amount of parenting time with their children. We can help you make sure all relevant factors are taken into account when calculating child support obligations, and we can ensure that all costs related to your children will be addressed, including college expenses and extracurricular or medical expenses.

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Child Custody

In Illinois, child custody is known as the allocation of parental responsibilities, and this refers to the responsibility for making decisions about children's upbringing; i.e. allocation of parental decision making rights. Parents may share responsibilities equally, or different areas of responsibility may be allocated solely to one parent. Our lawyers can help you determine how to handle these matters, and we can assist in creating workable parenting time schedules or address issues related to parental relocation, guardianship, paternity, domestic violence, or DCFS investigations.

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Representation for Injury Victims

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    Personal Injury

    An injury that occurred because of someone's negligence can have a devastating effect on your health, well-being, and finances. We can help you understand your options for pursuing compensation.

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    Medical Malpractice

    Injuries that are caused due to mistakes made by doctors, nurses, hospital staff, or other medical personnel can have a life-long impact. We will work to hold negligent healthcare providers responsible for your damages.

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    Wrongful Death

    If a person's wrongful actions or negligence leads to a person's death, their family members may be able to receive compensation for damages that include grief, sorrow, and loss of companionship.

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Estate Planning

It is important for people of any age to create a plan for how they would like matters to be handled throughout their life and after their death. A will can specify your last wishes, and different types of trusts can be used to manage your assets, pass them to your beneficiaries, or provide for your own needs. Powers of attorney for healthcare and property can ensure that your wishes will be followed if you ever become incapacitated. At Davi Law Group, we can help you create a comprehensive estate plan, and we can also assist with probate and estate administration.

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