About Marjorie Sher
At The Law Office of Marjorie Sher, I provide my clients with guidance on a variety of family law matters including divorce and matters of parental responsibility. In addition to representing clients in court, I offer couples options for resolving their concerns out of court as a certified mediator.
After graduating from the Chicago-Kent College of Law, I began practicing in Lake County in 1993. Three years later, I focused my practice of law on family law matters. I have built on my decades of legal experience by serving on a number of committees and associations, including serving as vice president and president of The Association of Women Attorneys of Lake County and serving as secretary, vice president and president of The Lake County Bar Association.
I have presented a variety of seminars and classes including seminars for the Family Law Committee, Real Estate Committee and People’s Law School, and have served multiple times on sub committees responsible for guardian ad litem child representative training. I have also written a number of publications including The Art of Speaking to and Listening to Children and Making Sense of Divorce.
In addition to providing legal services to Lake County area for almost three decades, I am dedicated to serving the community in other ways. I volunteer with a number of causes including presenting to local children during annual Law Day activities, supporting the Lake County Drop-In Clinic and volunteering at causes including Feed My Starving Children and Bernie’s Book Bank. I have also served as a judge for mock trial.
More information about my education and experience can be found in my attorney profile:
Providing Clients With Knowledge And Insight
I am committed to providing clients with the knowledge that they need at every stage of the legal process. By offering comprehensive guidance, I work to help clients make informed decisions regarding
- Legal separation
- Divorce and related issues like property division
- Allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly known as child custody) and related issues like paternity and child support
- Orders of protection in family law disputes involving domestic violence
Working directly with clients, I help them understand their options and achieve their goals for themselves and their family. By focusing on their best interest and the needs of their children, I can help them work toward a brighter future.
Speak To An Experienced Attorney Today
To meet with me for an initial consultation in my Waukegan office, call 847-249-2830 or reach out to my office online. In many cases, consultations are available at no cost.