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  • Why Minor Children Should Not be Your Financial Beneficiary

    Estate planning entails a number of difficult decisions, but for many with minor children, choosing a beneficiary is an easy choice. Parents rightfully want to protect their children from financial hardships by leaving them financial assets upon their death. While it makes sense that manyRead More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley Discusses Prenuptial Agreements on Woman Getting Married!

    Woman Getting Married reached out to Jennifer Guimond-Quigley to talk about prenuptial agreements and why everyone should create one. Click here to read the full article.Read More

  • U.S. News & World Report Features Jennifer Guimond-Quigley!

    Jennifer Guimond-Quigley spoke to U.S. News & World Report about how to include pets in an estate plan. Click here to read the full article.Read More

  • Protecting College Savings in a Divorce

    Couples who choose to divorce later in life often have a multitude of financial assets that need to be divided up in the final settlement, and one of these accounts could be a 529 college savings plan. If the divorcing couple created a 529 collegeRead More

  • Title Issues Affecting Marital Property

    Guest blog by Michael Mazek, Mazek Law Group LLC Divorce judgments and marriage settlement agreements in Illinois often dispose of or transfer the marital real property to one spouse over another. In some cases, it may be years before the spouse who keeps the maritalRead More

  • Jennifer Guimond-Quigley Featured on Voyage Chicago

    Voyage Chicago interviewed Jennifer Guimond-Quigley to learn how she started the Law Office of Jennifer Guimond-Quigley. You can read the full story here.Read More

  • Financial Advisor Magazine Features Jennifer Guimond-Quigley!

    Financial Advisory Magazine reached out to Jennifer Guimond-Quigley to discuss how splitting couples should handle a college savings account during a divorce. Click here to read the full article.Read More

  • Illinois Supreme Court Implements New Collaborative Divorce Rule

    The Illinois Supreme Court has adopted a new rule allowing divorcing couples to use an attorney on a limited basis in a collaborative divorce. Illinois Supreme Court Rule 294 went into effect on July 1, 2018, and it is intended to encourage attorneys and theirRead More

  • Distributing Real Estate After Death

    Real estate ownership can unfortunately become complicated when it comes to transferring the asset at death. It is often incorrectly assumed that real property will automatically be awarded to next of kin, and this misunderstanding of the law can lead to unintended results. Here areRead More

  • Flying Solo Chicago Provides Sole Practitioners With Tools for Success

    Becoming a sole practitioner in the legal industry means you are much more isolated from fellow lawyers than those who work for a large firm surrounded by resources. Flying Solo Chicago was founded in 2009 to provide sole practitioners with support, guidance and insight fromRead More

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