Firm Overview

We believe that there is a better way to get through a divorce in Illinois. We establish trusting relationships by providing open and honest communication with our clients. We build this trust by telling our clients what they need to hear and not just what they want to hear. After we have earned trust, we simplify the overwhelming process of a divorce into manageable steps to help each of our clients through divorce with dignity.

Main Office

Orland Park Office
11528 W. 183rd Place
Suite NE
Orland Park IL 60467






Office Information

Office Hours

9am to 5pm

Emergency After Hours



We believe that people deserve to go through the difficult divorce process with dignity.

Divorce with Dignity means that you are going to have an attorney by your side through the most difficult emotional/financial time in your life. Yet, it is important that you have someone that tells you what you need to hear and not just what you want to hear. We believe that careful planning can lead to successful negotiations and positive outcomes. However, you will have someone ready, willing and able to stand up for your rights when an agreement cannot be reached.

Brian Reidy

Reidy Law Office

I have a unique insight into the hardships of family law because I once sat on the other side of the attorney-client table when I went to court in order to gain custody of my son. This personal experience allows me to understand the feelings of my clients experience from a different perspective than most attorneys. I understand what it is like to be scared, and I do my best to help clients through these most difficult times.


Bar Number: 6300649


Chicago-Kent College of Law

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