The Law Offices of Michael F. Roe
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Michael Roe is one of the few lawyers nationwide with experience in high conflict divorce and custody cases involving psychological disorders. His experience has been detailed in the Chicago Tribune, New York Post, and on television and radio. He has been a founder of a personality disorders nonprofit, and a director of a national single parent's organization. Michael Roe has a unique, informed, and sensitive approach to complex issues raised in contested Family Law cases.
Our law and dispute resolution practice is focused on complex divorce and custody cases, domestic violence, parentage (paternity) cases, and post decree support and custody modification. Many of the office's cases include issues of contested child custody, property division, restoring visitation with children, modification of support, prosecuting or defending Orders of Protection, and domestic battery cases.
Michael Roe has specific experience and expertise in divorce trial practice, divorce mediation, and Collaborative (no-court, non-litigated) Family Law. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, is a court certified mediator and child's representative, and continues to be recognized as an expert and resource in the area of psychology and family law. Michael Roe is actively involved in Alternative Dispute Resolution in the field of Family Law.
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