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I grew up Nokomis (Montgomery County), where my parents still reside. My degrees are from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and Thomas M. Cooley Law School....
Unlike other attorneys, we don't practice in other areas such as bankruptcy, collections, or small claims. We prefer to concentrate our efforts in...
After law school, Ms. Spector went on...
Attorney Throneberry began practicing law at a large firm in St. Louis where he focused on commercial litigation. Later, after losing his father-in-law to mesothelioma, Attorney Throneberry began to focus exclusively on helping the victims of asbestos exposure, which primarily includes mesothelioma victims. Since 2003, attorney Throneberry...
Collinsville, IL 62234
Oklahoma City University School of Law
After leaving the public defender’s office Nathaniel returned to Madison County, Illinois, and began working with a Family Law focused firm. There he became accustomed to high asset divorce and complex litigation, handling cases such as divorce, custody, visitation, child support, the division of assets, and guardianship...
Emily has an Urban and Regional Planning degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a law degree from Southern Illinois University. While in law school, she worked for...
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