Family Law

Are you looking for a Family Law attorney that understands what you’re going through?

My parents divorced when I was in the fourth grade, ending a 14 year marriage. They strived to divorce as amicably as possible, and I will always respect them for it. Their civility allowed them to focus on maintaining a strong bond with my brothers and me. That experience has shaped my philosophy of family law representation; I can empathize with your situation in a way that many family lawyers can’t.

“Divorce lawyers stoke anger and fear in their clients, knowing that as long as the conflicts remain unresolved the revenue stream will keep flowing.” – Craig Ferguson

I will prove to you that Craig Ferguson isn’t always right.

I will help you plan a divorce that rejuvenates you emotionally and empowers you to protect your family’s personal and financial well-being.

Your family’s future is the primary focus of my legal counsel and advocacy. My representation will demonstrate my commitment to keeping you and your children strong in this difficult time. As my client, you can depend on me to help you finalize the process as judiciously as possible so you can move forward.

Call 217-428-0948 for a consultation with me.

I handle divorce, separation, child support, and allocation of parental responsibility and parenting time (formerly known as child custody and visitation). I appreciate your time, and look forward to speaking with you.

Daniel J. Reynolds is a lawyer at Erickson, Davis, Murphy, Johnson & Walsh, a Decatur, IL law office serving Macon county and the surrounding counties in central Illinois.

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