Experienced Representation in Family Disputes and Bankruptcy
Family disputes and financial difficulties can have a significant impact on the well-being of your family. At The Weller Law Firm, we have found that protracted litigation often adds to the stress and expense of and an already contentious situation.
Our firm's founding attorney Stan Weller is not only a trial lawyer, but a mediator, arbitrator and former guardian ad litem with more than 13 years of legal experience. He is committed to helping you resolve your family disputes outside of the courtroom when possible. However, if litigation is required, you can count on him to fight for your rights at trial.
Whether you are facing a family law matter such as a divorce or child custody dispute or you are going through bankruptcy, we are here to help you resolve your issues quickly and effectively. To discuss your case with Mr. Weller in a free consultation, contact us online or call 618-207-4467.
Mr. Weller began his career at in private practice in 1998 as well as working for a period of time with the Sexually Violent Persons Unit of the Illinois Attorney General's office. He founded The Weller Law Firm in 2006, where he has been helping people in Belleville and throughout southern Illinois ever since. Mr. Weller is also a published author.
When you work with our firm, you will get the personalized, hands-on representation you deserve. Mr. Weller will keep you informed throughout every step of your case. Mr. Weller will inform you of all of the options that are available to you and guide you in making the best decision for you and your family.
Contact a St. Clair County Divorce Lawyer for a Free Consultation
To schedule a free, confidential consultation with our experienced lawyer, contact us online or call 618-207-4467 or 888-446-6538. We welcome most major credit cards.
Skype video appointments will be available beginning 2012 for clients who are unable to travel to our office.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.