James Quigley | Beermann LLP
Received his J.D. from DePaul University College of Law in 1992 and his B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1989. Mr. Quigley has been selected as the 2021 President Elect of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, is Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and a Diplomate in the exclusive American College of Family Trial Lawyers, a national trial organization comprised of 100 of the top divorce trial attorneys in the country.
He is highly regarded for his work and discretion representing an array of high-profile entertainers, athletes and celebrities including Chicago Bulls legend, Michael Jordan. Other notable distinctions include being named a Leading Lawyer every year since 2008, an honor awarded to fewer than 5% of lawyers in Illinois, and an Illinois Super Lawyer since 2009, which is awarded only to a select number of accomplished lawyers in each state. Additionally, Mr. Quigley has been recognized by Best Lawyers® in their 2021 Family Law edition, which is exclusively based upon peer review. In addition to his daily practice of family law, Mr. Quigley has assisted in teaching a family law trial skills class at DePaul University College of Law, is a regular lecturer for the Lake County Bar Association and the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education as well as other lecturing on current legal issues.
Mr. Quigley has provided legal commentary on a number of local and national media outlets including MSNBC, Fox News Channel, The Today Show, NBC Chicago, CBS Chicago, ABC Chicago, Fox News Chicago and has appeared in various celebrity outlets such as People Magazine, Life & Style Weekly, OK! Weekly, speaking on current events and legal matters throughout his near 30-year career.
Jordan D. Rosenberg | Beermann LLP
Jordan D. Rosenberg, of Beermann LLP, focuses almost exclusively in the area of family law. From simple uncontested divorces to some of the most high-profile disputes involving multi-million dollar businesses, Jordan has experience in complicated issues of: parenting time and allocation of parental responsibilities, support, cash-flow analysis in business ventures, pre and postnuptial agreements and many other family law related issues.
Jordan graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign and received his Juris Doctorate from the John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Since beginning his practice, Jordan has presented on several topics throughout the family law community including discussions of: Section 503, confidentiality provisions of Section 607.6, child support and maintenance, grandparent rights, estate planning and divorce and many more.
In 2020, Jordan received a designation of a Certified Financial Litigator – one of only 13 in the State of Illinois and was selected as a Super Lawyers Rising Star for 2021.
Morgan L. Stogsdill | Beermann LLP
Morgan L. Stogsdill focuses her practice on complex family law matters and counsels’ high-profile clients that require the utmost attention and confidentiality. Ms. Stogsdill has been featured in the New York Times and featured on various news outlets related to her work in family law.
In 2016, Ms. Stogsdill was selected for the prestigious award of one of the “40 Under Forty Attorneys to Watch in Illinois” by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. Ms. Stogsdill was named one of the “Most Influential Women Lawyers in Chicago” by Crain’s Chicago Business in 2017. In 2020, Ms. Stogsdill was named as one of “The Top 10 Women Attorneys in Illinois” by Emerging Lawyers.
Stephanie Olsson | Glasgow & Olsson
Attorney Stephanie Olsson mindfully represents domestic relations clients throughout the Chicagoland area to reach equitable resolutions to matters that are closest to home. Stephanie
Olsson has experience in representing a range of clients from parentage matters to clients with complex dissolution matters such as business valuation, special needs children and high-conflict parenti’ng issues. Attorney Olsson’s background in criminal law assists Ms. Olsson execute an aggressive yet practical approach to your matter.
“Domestic relations matters are incredibly personal to each individual client. It is important to listen to a client, hear his or her goals and objectives for a case, and then guide the client via the litigation process to a resolution that is in the client’s and if applicable, children’s best interests. As a domestic relations attorney, I seek to ensure that my clients understand that each has a voice in his or her case and that voice is an integral piece in guiding a case to a resolution.”
Michael C. Craven | Harrison & Held, LLP
Michael C. Craven is a partner in the law firm of Harrison & Held, LLP in Chicago, Illinois. For more than three decades he has represented clients in all areas of family law including divorce, property division, business valuation, tax, locating hidden assets and income, custody, child support, removal/relocation, paternity, domestic violence, grandparents’ rights, and the preparation of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. In addition to extensive experience advocating for his clients inside courtrooms, Michael employs alternative dispute techniques including Collaborative Law and mediation to settle cases outside of court. Michael draws on his previous work experiences as a Certified Public Accountant and as a tax attorney to negotiate and litigate complex financial issues in matrimonial cases.
Michael is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and has been named an Illinois Super Lawyer and a Leading Lawyer every year since 2009 as well as a Best Lawyer Lawyers in America. Martindale-Hubbell ® Lawyer Rating System has rated Michael – AV® Preeminent™.
James A. Doppke, JR | Robinson, Stewart, Montgomery & Doppke, LLC
James A. Doppke, JR is a partner in Robinson, Stewart, Montgomery & Doppke, LLC. For the last several years, he has concentrated his practice in professional responsibility issues of all kinds, including disciplinary defense, bar admissions, and other ethics consulting. Jim began his career as a legal aid attorney.
He then worked as a disciplinary prosecutor in Illinois for nearly 15 years. He handled the investigation and prosecution of numerous attorney misconduct matters before the Hearing Board of the Commission and the Supreme Court of Illinois. He has also participated in presenting many MCLE- and PMCLE-accredited programs on legal ethics issues, including a series of presentations on the ethics of e-discovery.