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Attorney Miriam Cooper has 30 years of experience in family law cases. She represents parents and children throughout all stages of a divorce including child custody and support, visitation, and maintenance. She deals with paternity issues . Cases are handled with sensitivity and professional rapport, with a balance of compassion and skill. Ms. Cooper and her associates also handle all aspects of real estate law, including residential, commercial and industrial. We understand and can simplify contract vernacular to open the process to our clients, allowing them to take ownership of the sometimes complex transactions.
Miriam E. Cooper is the founder of Cooper Trachtenberg Law Group, LLC, a law firm based in Rolling Meadows, Illinois. Ms. Cooper provides legal services throughout the greater Chicagoland area. Her primary focus is family law, including divorce, child support and allocation of decision-making and parenting time, spousal support, and post-decree modifications. She also provides real estate services complementary to her practice. Ms. Cooper graduated from The John Marshall Law School and has been practicing family law in Illinois for more than 30 years. She is an advocate for children’s best interests and serves as a certified child representative and guardian ad litem. After attending Northwestern University for mediation training, she became certified as a mediator for the Circuit Court of Cook County. Additionally, her mediation training led her to be certified as a collaborative divorce law practitioner, and she is a collaborative law fellow of Collaborative Divorce Illinois. Ms. Cooper’s expertise enables her to negotiate, mediate, collaborate and litigate for her clients. She is held in high regard by her clients and fellow professionals, as her Superb rating on Avvo evidences.
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