The attorneys at our firm have more than 200 years of combined experience, and we use that experience to help our clients in matters involving divorce and family law, sexual harassment and employment discrimination, personal injury, probate, and criminal defense. We have held leadership positions in state and local bar associations, and have been certified as Guardians ad Litem, attorneys for children, mediation and collaborative law.
The attorneys at our firm are recognized by our peers as skilled litigators. We are admitted to practice before all Illinois courts, and a range of United States District and Appeals Courts.
Divorce and Family Law
At one point or another, many families are forced to deal with issues of divorce and family law. The team at Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella has helped many clients through the divorce process, while taking the time to fully understand their needs and educating them about the law. In addition to divorce, we have vast experience in all areas of family law including property division, spousal maintenance, child custody and visitation, child support, and post-decree modifications.
The attorneys at Mirabella, Kincaid, Frederick & Mirabella, LLC, clearly understand the sensitive nature of workplace sexual harassment. Nobody deserves to be made uncomfortable by unwanted sexual advances on the job, and our team is committed to protecting the rights of victims. We also are well-versed in other areas of employment law, as well, including employment discrimination, and will fight for workers discriminated against on the basis of gender, race, age, disability, and national origin.
When facing criminal charges, it is vital to fully understand the nature of the allegations and all available options. We are equipped to investigate and defend cases including DUI, drug charges, traffic offenses, theft and shoplifting, and other misdemeanor and felony offenses. Our skilled team is also committed to helping individuals clear their criminal records through the expungement process. We recognize the impact that a criminal history can have a person's on housing, employment, and educational opportunities, and are prepared to minimize that impact whenever possible.