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James C. Nieland - Chicago, IL

19 South La Salle StreetSuite 1500 Chicago, IL 60603- 1490

Updated: 10/30/2023

Chicago Fathers’ Rights Lawyer

Overview

James C. Nieland has practiced law in Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska, accomplishing extensive legal successes in the areas of family law and business litigation. Mr. Nieland has successfully represented clients in extremely complex and sophisticated family law matters, including divorce and child custody, throughout his legal career...

About James C. Nieland

Practice Areas

  • Fathers’ Rights
  • Child Custody
  • Divorce Proceedings
  • Family Law
  • High Net Worth Divorce

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19 South La Salle StreetSuite 1500 Chicago, IL 60603- 1490

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