Brandon C. Mayberry

Brandon C. Mayberry

Cervantez and Mayberry
  • Family Law, Personal Injury, Criminal Law...
  • Illinois
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Summary

Brandon C. Mayberry grew up in Jonesboro, Illinois. After high school, Brandon attended Shawnee Community College where he earned an Associates of Arts degree. He then attended Southern Illinois University, where he earned a B.A. in Paralegal Studies with a specialization in Pre-Law graduating Cum Laude. From there, Brandon went on to attend Southern Illinois University School of Law. Brandon graduated from the SIU School of Law. While in law school, Brandon was a member and marshal of the Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity. While attending SIU School of Law Brandon began working as a law clerk for the Law Offices of Armstrong and Green and continued to work there throughout law school. After graduating and being admitted to the Illinois Bar he became an Associate Attorney with the firm of Armstrong & Green.

Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Criminal Law
  • Landlord Tenant
  • Divorce
  • DUI & DWI
  • Business Law
  • Elder Law
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Municipal Law
  • Probate
  • Traffic Tickets
  • Real Estate Law
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Illinois
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Partner
Cervantez and Mayberry
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Co-Founder/Partner
Associate
Armstrong and Green
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Associate attorney after Clerking for 2 years
Education
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
J.D. / Law (2015)
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Activities: Phi Alpha Delta
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
B.S. / Paralegal Studies (2013)
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Honors: Cum Laude, Lambda Epsilon Chi
Awards
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Illinois # 6321079
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Publications
Articles & Publications
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Speaking Engagements
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Certifications
License
Illinois State Bar
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
6 Questions Answered

Q. Am I responsible for all of my ex husbands medical bills if he doesn't pay them or just half?
A: You can be held liable if you either co-signed for the debt or if the debt is considered a "family expense." Whether a debt is a family expense depends on whether the expense conduces to the welfare of the family. Medical debts for necessary medical care have been historically held to be family expenses based on this definition for which either spouse can be held liable. Unfortunately, the only way for a spouse to protect herself is via divorce or to ensure that the debts are paid.
Q. Two names on title, getting divorced. Ex refuses to give car back for repossession.
A: If both names are on the title then you are both responsible for it. Even after its repossessed you may be responsible for the debt left. You should speak to an attorney. They may be able to subpoena the DMV to find the address that is registered to the VIN.
Q. if a parent files a police report for domestic violence will i go to jail if my boyfriend doesn't want to press charges?
A: Once filed it is usually up to the States Attorney to decide if they will proceed with any criminal charges.
Q. How too fight wrongful termination of parietal t rights
A: If your parental rights were terminated wrongfully i would recommend speaking with an attorney in your area and giving them the details of your case. There may very well be a Statute of Limitations running against you and you would need to get something filed within that time.
Q. what right does an unwed father have to his kids in illinois? And what rights does the mother have?
A: It depends if the father signed the birth certificate. If the father did not sign, he would have to file with the court to establish parentage and then once the father has been established through the courts he would have the same rights any other father has. At that point you would likely have to go through the court process to receive parenting time or parental responsibilities.
Q. My ex hub has custody of our 2 children.he denies visitation. Is there chance I can get weekend overnight visits.
A: It depends. There should be no reason that you could not have overnights with your children every other weekend or some type of similar arrangement but this type of thing is usually done on a case by case basis. Find a lawyer to speak with in the county the children are living it for a more definitive answer.
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208 N. Market St.
Marion, IL 62959
USA
Telephone: (618) 579-5250