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Cora Leewenburg

Cora Leewenburg

Cora attended Loyola University School of Law and practiced as a 711 student-attorney with the school’s Community Law Clinic where she gained experience as a Guardian ad Litem representing children in court. Cora has always been interested in family law due to the intertwinement of various types of law and intricacies required for successful litigation of family law inside and outside the courtroom.

Cora was hired as a law clerk where she gained valuable experience working on high asset value cases involving complex financial issues, international custody disputes, maintenance, and child support matters. Upon passing the Illinois State Bar, she joined the firm as an associate attorney, and has appeared on matters in Cook County and counties across Illinois and is also part of the Illinois Bar Association.

She has extensive experience including preparing clients and witnesses for trials, hearings, and deposition. Cora has engaged in the analysis of complex financial matters both pre and post decree and is dedicated to client contact and maintains a high standard of client communication. She realizes that having understanding and compassion while assisting clients through a difficult time is essential.

Cora has co-authored and contributed to articles on cohabitation, maintenance, tax implications and child abduction, and has recently co-authored an article for the American Bar Association with Molshree “Molly” Sharma regarding the recent Supreme Court decision in the case of Saada vs. Golan which addressed nuances of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.

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