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Law Office of Paul L. Feinstein, Ltd. - Chicago, IL

10 South LaSalle StreetSuite 1420Chicago, IL 60603- 1078


Updated: 09/30/2016

Chicago Family Law Firm



Mr. Feinstein concentrates his practice in family law, with emphasis on divorce litigation, custody and visitation, and appeals. He has been a speaker on the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act and the Illinois Domestic Violence Act at numerous training programs for the Chicago Bar Association. He has also lectured on attorneys' fees for an ICLE Matrimonial Law Skills course, and on antenuptial agreements for an ICLE Estate Planning...


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