My law practice has been distinguished over the years by being a prominent advocate for parents and children, especially when there are complex and difficult clinical issues involved in child custody matters. Having been a member of the American Psychological Association for over 15 years and following the seminars and literature on clinical issues in divorce and custody practice, I have tried to make a difference in this area of law and practice.
Yet, having been in my law school’s joint JD/MBA program, and being a student of accounting and finance, along with membership in divorce financial planning associations, I take a keen interest in the financial and valuation side of divorce practice as well. Occasionally, there are some big wins: the recent case of In re Marriage of Liszka, 2016 IL App (3d) 150238 – Illinois Courts
is a case that I tried (over many weeks of trial) that resulted in a very positive appellate decision for my client, along with having the law in Illinois on retained earnings in divorce clarified. Said the appellate court: