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Friday Five With Bruno W. Tabis Jr.

Posted: October 26, 2018

Name:   Bruno W. Tabis Jr. Years Practicing Law:  Almost 40 years Firm: Haskin Law, Wheaton, Illinois Practice Area: Estate Planning Law, Business Law, Commercial Real Estate, Business Succession & Exit Strategies, Banking Law   Education:          University of Illinois – B.A. IIT – Chicago Kent College of Law – J.D. with honorsJ.D. with honors from

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Friday Five With Barbara Ann Corrigan

Posted: September 28, 2018

Friday 5 With Barbara Ann Corrigan Years Practicing Law: As of November 4, 2018, I have practiced law locally for 25 years Firm: Haskin Law, Wheaton Illinois Practice Area:  Family Law, Estate Planning and Probate Education: Illinois Wesleyan University J.D. DePaul University Law School   Professional Associations and Memberships: American Bar Association Illinois State Bar

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Tax Law Changes And You…Effect on Maintenance (Alimony)?

Posted: September 25, 2018

  Since the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, there has been a lot of talk about how the changes will affect your paycheck. But, if you are in the middle of a divorce, or thinking about getting divorced, the new law could have a major impact. Changes are coming very soon. Anyone in or

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Are You The Next Aretha Franklin?

Posted: September 10, 2018

  If you have anywhere near the talent, tenacity and soul that she did, then we certainly hope so! Unfortunately, there quite likely is something else you have in common. In fact, it is something that she had in common with Prince, Heath Ledger, Martin Luther King, Jr., James Gandolfini, and Howard Hughes, among others.

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What should I take to my first meeting with my new lawyer?

Posted: December 15, 2017

You should take what you think is important to your particular case and issues.  If custody or visitation is your issue, take your journal or calendar.  Details are important.  If support, alimony, daycare, extracurricular expenses are your issues, take your last 2 years’ income tax returns and a list of expenses that you’re trying to

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