Meet Attorney Terry Fawell
Family lawyer Terry Fawell has practiced law for more than 30 years. Since 1980, she has concentrated her practice in the western Chicago suburbs on family law issues such as divorce, child custody, visitation, child support, alimony, adoptions and name changes. She is also a trained mediator and currently serves as chairperson for the DuPage County mandatory arbitration program.
Terry Fawell is author of the following articles:
- “Spousal Health Insurance Rights Act,” DuPage County Bar Association Law Journal
- “Drafting an Enforceable Antenuptial Agreement,” DuPage County Bar Association brief
- “Section 2-1401 Proceedings,” Illinois Family Law Volume, (co-author) published by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 1994
She also served as a DuPage County public defender from 1975 to 1980, gaining extensive trial experience.
“Experience is important in a family law case. No one wants to go to court not knowing what to expect. I have good working relationships with most of the attorneys who handle family law cases in DuPage, Will and Kane counties, which aids in the negotiating of settlements and can help keep the process civil. I am also familiar with many of the local judges, and I can use that familiarity to anticipate how they might rule in your case.” – Terry Fawell
Meet Attorney Alex Fawell
Ms. Fawell is joined in practice by her son, Alex Fawell. Mr. Fawell handles all types of family law and criminal matters, including drug crimes, traffic offenses, DUI, sex crimes, weapons offenses and domestic violence. Mr. Fawell fights for his clients’ rights with professional, aggressive representation.
Whether you are seeking to protect your rights, keep your driver’s license, avoid a conviction on your record or simply secure the best possible outcome in your case, you can rely on Mr. Fawell to advocate for you. He handles misdemeanors and felonies in Cook, DuPage, Will and Kane counties.
“I did not become a lawyer because I believe in human rights. Human rights are concepts; the fight to protect them is real. I became a lawyer because I believe in that fight and I want to make sure it’s fair. Your rights matter. Your story matters. You matter. Let me protect your rights, tell your story and fight for you.” – Alex Fawell
Convenient Office Location And Responsive Service
The Wheaton office is across the street from the DuPage County Courthouse. Free parking is available. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
If you call with a question about your case, you can count on speaking with an attorney. We promptly return all messages – usually within 24 hours, even when we are in court.
We charge competitive fees and provide monthly billing statements.