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Batavia Family Law Firm
About Drendel & Jansons Law Group
Previous Law Firm Name
- Drendel Tatnall, July 5, 1900
- Family Law
- Edward J. Boula III
- Gilbert X. Drendel Jr. (Member)
- Mark D. Brent (Attorney)
- Lawrence W. Lobb (Attorney)
- Carolyn D. Jansons (Partner)
- Roman J. Seckel (Attorney)
- Kevin G. Drendel (Managing Partner)
111 Flinn Street Batavia, IL 60510
Drendel & Jansons Law Group 2000 W. Galena Blvd. Suite 204 Aurora, IL 60506 630-517-5130
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Carolyn Jansons was assigned as a GAL in a divorce case. She DID NOT have the best interests of a child in mind as she allowed the child to be put in an illegal daycare center. She never visited the day care or checked to see if it was licensed and compliant. After a DCFS investigation it was discovered that it was not licensed and not compliant. The investigator inferred that you would not want your child in that facility. Previously, the child had been removed from a licensed learning center and placed in this illegal daycare. As a result the child is now behind in learning and cognitive skills according to a test done by the licensed learning center. Carolyn Jansons does not care about the well being of this child. She is not worth the money that was spent on her. BEWARE!!!
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