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Elizabeth Feely

Managing Partner

Elizabeth Feely is a seasoned veteran with more than 33 years of experience in divorce/family law. Ms. Feely has devoted her career to the practice of family law, including divorce, parentage actions, property distribution, complex financial matters, child support, child custody, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements and post-decree litigation. Ms. Feely enjoys a reputation for being a tough but reasonable litigator, who is capable of crafting creative settlement solutions where possible, and mount vigorous hearings when necessary.  She is an especially capable child custody litigator, with an established history of success that transcends gender. Furthermore, in the context of support and asset allocation, Ms. Feely's background and analytical abilities translate to superior results.

Prior to forming her own law firm, Ms. Feely was employed by numerous preeminent law firms. Initially, Ms. Feely worked for McDermott Will & Emery, an international law firm with more than 1,100 attorneys. Subsequently, she was an attorney for the preeminent matrimonial law firm of Grund & Nadler.

Ms. Feely graduated with high honors from the University of Notre Dame. Thereafter, she attended the University of Illinois College of Law, where she likewise graduated with high honors. Ms. Feely carries the highest achievable attorney rating, 10.0/10.0 ("SUPERB"), as conferred by Avvo. Ms. Feely is a multi year recipient of the Avvo Client Choice Award and is designated a Top 100 Litigator by the American Society of Legal Advocates.

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