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April 1, 2015

“Eavesdropping in Illinois is Again a Crime” published in April 2015 edition of Chicago Lawyer
by Daniel R. Stefani

February 1, 2015

“Mutual vs. Correlative Separate Orders of Protection” published in February 2015 edition of Chicago Lawyer
by Daniel R. Stefani

December 1, 2014
Published in Chicago Lawyer Magazine, December 2014 By Daniel Stefani One of the biggest problems a privately held business owner usually has in a divorce proceeding is the risk that a court will find his or her ownership interest to be worth far more than all or most of the other assets combined in a marital estate. This creates the obvious problem of how the business owner pays his or her spouse an equitable share of the estate, especially since most businesses do not have the liquidity to support an immediate “buyout” of the other spouse.
October 1, 2014

“The Divorce Court’s Control of Parental Conduct” published in October 2014 edition of Chicago Lawyer
by Daniel R. Stefani

August 1, 2014

“Disability Benefits – Marital Property or Income?” published in August 2014 edition of Chicago Lawyer
by Daniel R. Stefani

June 1, 2014

“Mediation of Financial Issues in Divorce” published in the June 2014 edition of Chicago Lawyer
by Daniel R. Stefani

April 1, 2014

“Who Gets the Pre-Embryo?” published in April 2014 edition of Chicago Lawyer
by Daniel R. Stefani

February 1, 2014

“Same Sex Marriage in Illinois Becomes Law” published in February 2014 edition of Chicago Lawyer
by Daniel R. Stefani

November 1, 2013
Published in Chicago Lawyer Magazine, November 2013 By Daniel Stefani Most compensation these days has two component parts - base salary and discretionary cash, also known as a noncash bonus.
September 1, 2013
Effective July 1, 2013, Illinois Supreme Court Rules 11, 13 and 137 have been amended. The new amendments enable an attorney to represent a client on a limited part of their lawsuit and then withdraw from the case.

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