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Yavitz & Levey, LLP, represents residents throughout the North Shore of Illinois and in communities such as Chicago, Lake Forest, Highland Park, Northbrook, Glencoe, Glenview, Buffalo Grove, Wilmette, Winnetka, Kenilworth, Evanston, Hoffman Estates, Wheeling, Lincolnwood, Orland Park, Niles, River Forest, Oak Park, Mundelein, Long Grove, Arlington Heights, Schaumburg, Palatine, Barrington, Des Plaines, Palos Park, Oak Lawn, Kildeer, Mount Prospect, Park Ridge, Lake Zurich, Hawthorne Woods, Skokie, Morton Grove, Deerfield, River Woods, Mettawa, Vernon Hills, Libertyville, Waukegan, Gurnee, Oak Brook, Hinsdale, Lake County, Cook County, DuPage County, Will County and McHenry County.
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About Yavitz & Levey, LLP
Frequent Case Types
- Family Law 100%
- Both David B. Yavitz and Ross S. Levey have been selected to Leading Lawyers of Illinois
- Both David B. Yavitz and Ross S. Levey have been selected to Super Lawyers
- Marital Property Valuation, ISBA Family Law Handbook, 2011
- Interest on Past-Due Maintenance, Illinois Bar Journal, Vol 94., 2006
Classes and Seminars
- Drafting Marital Settlement Agreements, Illinois Institue of Continuing Legal Ed, 1988
- Prenuptial Agreements, ISBA Law Ed Seminar, 2009
Pro Bono Activities
- Cook County Certified Child's Respresentitive
- Venwell Advisors
- Stout Risius Ross
- Linda Forman CPA
- Whitness & Co
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20 South Clark StreetSuite 1800 Chicago, IL 60603
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