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Attorney M. H. Weging

(of Counsel)

Attorney M. H. Weging has been practicing law for 36 years in the Family Law area including, but not limited to, Divorcen, Paternity, Visitation, and Guardianship matters. She has tried, to verdict, Family Law cases (i.e., custody and non-custodial) as well as jury trials in other civil matters. In addition, she has also practiced in Real Estate, Foreclosure, Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation, Appeals, and Administrative cases. This has made her uniquely qualified in the Family Law practice, in that she has had substantial experience in matters which frequently overlap with Family Law cases. She is known as a fierce advocate for her clients.

Bar Admissions:

  • State of Illinois, 1979
  • Northern District Illinois, 1979
  • 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1979

Education:

  • IIT-Chicago Kent College of Law, J.D.

Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • West Suburban Bar Association
  • Illinois State Bar Association

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