Welcome to The Law Offices of Bradley S. Groselak.  Brad provides top level professional legal representation and mediation services in the field of family law.  Brad is dedicated to assisting clients with professionalism and compassion.

Brad Groselak’s extensive experience in both traditional divorce law and mediation has enabled him to resolve many issues between parties in either format with dignity and respect.  His experience allows him to convey options to the parties in an effort to allow the parties to move forward without the unnecessary frustration or aggravation of delays. 

Brad Groselak has been a speaker involving family law on many occasions. His practice is well suited to handling any case, from the most basic to the most complex, while treating his clients with respect.

Navigating Legal Matters with Professionalism and Compassion

Expert Family Law Attorney

Brad is an experienced family law attorney dedicated to providing efficient and effective legal solutions tailored to each client's unique situation.

Brad has represented clients in all aspects of family law matters for over forty years.  During that time, he has represented clients in Cook, Will, DuPage, Grundy, Lake, McHenry and Kankakee Counties. Brad has become very familiar with the practices, procedures and rules of these counties and has earned a reputation of being a hard working, zealous advocate for his clients.  Currently, Brad practices in Cook, Will and DuPage Counties where he has successfully represented clients in all aspects of family matters including custody, visitation, support, asset allocation, debt allocation and enforcement of Court Orders.  


Compassionate Mediation Services

Brad offers mediation services focused on resolving family disputes amicably and reaching mutually beneficial agreements, ensuring a smoother legal process. Brad is one of the most senior mediators having completed his training in 1992.  Since then, he has successfully mediated hundreds of cases involving all aspects of family issues including custody, visitation, child support, maintenance, asset allocation, debt allocation and enforcement of Court Orders.  Brad is routinely appointed as the case mediator by Judges in Will, Cook and DuPage Counties.

Client-Centered Approach

With a client-centered approach, Brad prioritizes open communication and personalized attention to ensure that clients' voices are heard and their interests are protected.

As a sole practitioner, Brad assumes all of the responsibilities of litigation and representation.  Brad will personally handle all aspects of your case without assigning any legal responsibilities to associates or unfamiliar attorneys. This allows the client to have a level of comfort and secure feeling as to their representation knowing that any information or strategy will not be lost between parties. 

Frequently Asked Questions


Q:  What form of dissolution is better for me?  Traditional or Mediation?

Answer:  That’s a difficult question to answer without any further facts, however, most people believe mediation to be a more hands-on method of resolving your differences.  The parties themselves are able to resolve whatever issues are pending between them with a minimum of Court time.  However, in order for mediation to succeed, each party must have an adequate working knowledge of the assets as well as the income and expenses of the marriage. 

Q:  How long does a dissolution of marriage take?

Answer:  By traditional methods, it could be anywhere up to several years and you are subject to the Court system’s scheduling.  In mediation, you go at the pace which you are most comfortable with. 

Q:  What if I don’t know what all of the assets/liabilities/income/expense are?

Answer:  An effective mediator will provide each of the participants with a working knowledge of this information.  In order for mediation to be successful, both parties must be knowledgeable of these facts.  

Q:  I’m afraid my spouse will try to intimidate me.

Answer:  An effective mediator and/or lawyer will be able to prevent this type of activity utilizing appropriate methods of mediation and/or representation.

Q:  I’ve been a stay-at-home parent and don’t have any money in my own name and my spouse has made all of the money.  How can I afford a divorce?

Answer:  In Illinois, there are laws which enable each of the parties to have appropriate representation regardless of their own personal income.  These laws allow each of the parties to select counsel of their choice to represent them in these matters and the funds are withdrawn from the marital estate. 



Your trusted partner in legal matters.

At The Law Offices of Bradley S. Groselak, clients' needs are prioritized and Brad strives to achieve the best possible outcome. With a focus on family law, Brad offers personalized legal solutions to navigate complex legal issues with expert guidance and support. Contact Brad today to discuss your legal needs.


Successful Mediations

Countless Satisfied Clients

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Telephone:  (630) 243-1200

E-mail:  brad@bglaw.us

Address:  63 N. Chicago St., Joliet, Illinois 60432

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