Gunnar J. Gitlin featured presenter for Seminars in January, February, and May 6th! MLK 2021 Seminar. Attorney Gitlin recently presented at the IICLE's Martin Luther King Day Seminar 2021, "Business Valuation, Financial & Tax Issues in Divorce: Defining & Understanding Income." … [Read more...] about Gunnar J. Gitlin presentations: Martin Luther King Day seminar, ISBA’s GAL Seminar, and IICLE’s May Master Teacher Seminar
Gitlin Law Firm is pleased to announce that we have been selected as a ‘Best Law Firm’ in the area of Family Law for the Chicago region by U.S. News, each year for the past decade! To be selected, a rigorous evaluation process initiated that includes the collection of client and lawyer … [Read more...] about Gitlin Law Firm Receives Ranking from U.S. NEWS – BEST LAWYERS® ‘BEST LAW FIRMS’ 2021
Updated: June 10, 2021. Since year-end 2020, remote court appearance has been strongly encouraged by the 22nd Circuit. The divorce courts in McHenry County continue to offer remote appearance for matters other than trials or certain contested hearings. This includes family-law cases before Judges … [Read more...] about McHenry County Illinois Court Status and Family Law Division: Zoom Court and Other Procedures
The 2020 version is now available of Gitlin on Divorce: A Guide to Illinois Family Law. By way of background, from 2015 to 2019 nearly all of Illinois statutory law has changed. These changes include: 2015: Original maintenance guidelines. 2016: 8-year process of updating Illinois … [Read more...] about Gitlin on Divorce: 2020 Edition Available, 2021 Edition Coming Soon.
Procedures in the Family Division for Mediation Pursuant to the Continuity of Operations COVID-19 Protocols IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that, in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic and while the court is operating under the Circuit's Pandemic Continuity of Operations Plan and hearing only essential matters … [Read more...] about New McHenry County Standing Order Re Mediation
The impact of coronavirus on our court system has impacted the ability of the parties to a divorce to get their actual divorce. I will discuss new rules / standing orders in certain counties that allow for remote prove-ups in divorce case. This post will address the reason why prove-ups should no … [Read more...] about Remote Prove-ups