Posts tagged "Linda Perry"

Divorce Chicago: Upcoming Events

Divorce Chicago: Upcoming Events Below are divorce  Chicago events for before, during and after your divorce.  I would like to say “enjoy”, but maybe the real word here is “endure.” Wish I could be at these “Divorce in Chicago” events as I know the folks behind each event.  Alas, I am knee deep in doing... Read more »

Divorce events and blogs

MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND GO Tuesday, October 2, 6pm This is  a repeat of a program that I attended in July and wrote about earlier here. Take charge of your divorce. Nancy Liebman, a certified divorce financial analyst, and Linda Perry, a litigator who focuses on the long-term commitment to co-parenting during and after the divorce... Read more »

Divorce Professionals for Your Team

Last Wednesday night  [July 25] I attended the TribU event, The Informed Divorce.  This event  was part of its “Lessons for Life” series. The speakers represent two types of professionals you may want to have on your divorce team. The event was moderated by Tribune columnist, Jennifer Weigel, who has gone through a divorce herself.... Read more »
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    Donna

    I filed for a divorce in 2003. I had no idea that ELEVEN years on, that I would still be in divorce-related litigation. There have been two trials, an appellate court decision affirming the original trial decision, numerous other hearings, depositions and more. A second appellate court decision is pending. I write mostly from the woman's point of view. Or rather, the spouse who stayed home and raised the children, the one who gave up a career. When first married, I worked as a law librarian and do have a law degree but never practiced. Having that law degree has given me insights into the often mysterious ways of the legal system, especially in Cook County. Recently I have reactivated my law license, became an Enrolled Agent [a license given by the IRS after taking a series of tests] and prepare tax returns. Please share your experiences or ask me questions. Email me at divorcechicagostyle@gmail.com Follow me on Twitter for articles and and news about Illinois Appellate Court divorce related decisions.

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