Attorneys Who Understand

Divorce, child custody disputes and other family legal matters can be extremely stressful and take an emotional toll on everyone involved. At Reilly Law P.C., we understand what you are going through. We have dedicated our careers to helping people through difficult times in their lives. We work closely with each one of our clients; we want to learn about you and your family so we can provide you with the best legal guidance possible.

To speak with an experienced Edwardsville family law attorney, please call 618-692-0600 or contact us by email.

We serve clients in Metro East and throughout southern Illinois.

Sophisticated Representation With A Personal Touch

Our attorneys are deeply familiar with the divorce process and the complex issues that it brings. We tailor our approach to our clients’ needs. Some clients desire a peaceful resolution through negotiation or mediation. Others are dealing with highly contentious issues that will require aggressive courtroom representation. Whether you need a bulldog to fight for you, or a calm, steady hand to guide you, we will be there to help you and your family through this.

Reilly Law P.C., can provide you with caring guidance and trusted legal support in the following areas:

  • Divorce”

  • Property Division

  • Business Valuations

  • Asset Tracing 

  • Mediation & Litigation

  • Child Custody

  • Alimony/Spousal Maintenance

  • Child Support

  • Orders of Protection

  • Child Relocation & Removal

  • Modifications, Enforcement & Contempt

Contact Our Madison County Mediation Lawyers

When you are going through a divorce or another difficult family legal matter, it can be extremely comforting to share your troubles and receive advice from a lawyer who has helped hundreds of families in situations like yours. To learn more about how we can help you and your family, please call 618-692-0600 or contact us by e-mail to schedule a consultation.

Changes to the Law:

There have been many recent major changes to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act.  Many of those changes became effective January 1, 2016.  For instance, the Court now allocates parental responsibilities and parenting time.  These provisions replace the former custody and visitation statutes.  To understand more about these changes, we encourage you to visit  You will find the current statutes in Chapter 750 entitled “FAMILIES”.

New Clients

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