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  • Divorcing? Think Twice Before You Post

    Sharing feelings and updates about your pending divorce on social media might not seem like a bad idea, but the reality is anything  Read More

  • What is a Collaborative Divorce?

    The typical divorce process can often be very difficult – both emotionally and financially – for the parties involved. However, for couples that  Read More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley in “Financial Advisor Magazine”

    Managing Attorney Jennifer Guimond-Quigley was featured in a recent article by "Financial Advisor Magazine" about how parents can encourage their college-bound kids to put in  Read More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley on “Impact Makers Radio”

    Managing Attorney Jennifer Guimond-Quigley was a featured guest on "Impact Makers Radio" recently, and discussed how to handle social media and email during a divorce.  Read More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley in “Prudent Money”

    Jennifer Guimond-Guigley, managing attorney at the Law Office of Jennifer Guimond-Quigley was recently featured in an article by "Prudent Money." She talks about why parents  Read More

  • Why Business Owners Need an Estate Plan

    Contingency plans are crucial for any business owner to keep the day-to-day operations running smoothly. Since the company often contains the majority of  Read More

  • Our New Office in West Loop

    At the beginning of the year, we relocated a few blocks east to 123 N. Wacker Drive. The new office better accommodates our growing practice,  Read More

  • Estate Planning 101: Wills vs. Living Trusts

    Estate Planning might seem daunting at first, but it is absolutely essential to get something in place in order to ensure that your  Read More

  • Changes to Child Support Law in Illinois Effective July 1, 2017

    On July 1, Illinois will adopt a new model to calculate child support. For parents who already have a divorce or parentage case pending, or  Read More

  • Income Taxes and Divorce: What You Need to Know Before April 18

    Filing Status IRS rules provide that if you are married on December 31st of the tax year, then you are still married for purposes of that  Read More

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