Zachary M. Kafoglis

Zachary M. Kafoglis

Partner

Zachary M. Kafoglis has over 29 years of experience transitioning his clients through crisis with compassion and integrity. He represents clients in all areas of family law including divorce, property division, custody, child support, paternity, domestic violence, and the preparation of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. Mr. Kafoglis represents clients in the most complex and contentious family law disputes through litigation. If litigation is not in the best interest of the client, Mr. Kafoglis resolves cases through Collaborative Law and Mediation.  Mr. Kafoglis has a reputation of skill, trust and excellent client service.

Mr. Kafoglis began his career in Family Law litigation and in the demanding and litigious areas of Personal Injury Law, Criminal Defense, and Probate and Estate Law.  He successfully litigated hundreds of cases through jury and bench trials, but he also was instrumental in helping clients negotiate settlements. 

Since moving from Kentucky to the Land of Lincoln just six short years ago, Mr. Kafoglis has established a reputation of honesty and integrity. He has worked and trained with some of the preeminent family lawyers and law firms in the country and established himself as a leading family lawyer. He attributes his trial and negotiation success to hard work, ethics and his ability to properly analyze the legal issues involved.

Activities:

Mr. Kafoglis is currently Chairman of the Chicago Bar Association Domestic Relations sub-committee on Collaborative Law and has held professional leadership positions throughout his career. He is also known for his community involvement and has served as the Chairman of his local United Way, Chairman of his Chamber of Commerce leadership training program, and Chairman of his church board.

Zachary M. Kafoglis
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Education 
  • University of Louisville-Brandeis School of Law, J.D., 1983
  • University of Kentucky, B.A., 1983
Bar admissions 

Mr. Kafoglis is admitted to practice in Illinois and Kentucky.