Bennett & Bangser, LLC and Their Clients – A Superior Connection

No one works harder at achieving an optimal result than Partners Brad Bennett and Marc Bangser (along with their incredible staff), who provide an unrivaled level of attention, communication and detail-oriented representation to your divorce or family law matter.  Very often the most rewarding part of their jobs is when a case concludes – getting...
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Partner Brad Bennett “Thrills” the Cook County Legal Community

Partner Brad Bennett learned the hard way – you do NOT turn in courtesy copies to a certain Cook County judge a day late.  Make sure the volume is turned up, and enjoy! Brad Bennett Shows Off His Skills In Court Remember, for representation on your divorce or family law needs, including pre-decree divorce matters, parentage cases, post-decree modifications,...
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Another Set of Five-Star Reviews for Bennett & Bangser!

Two more outstanding and well-deserved five-star reviews were just posted to the new Bennett & Bangser, LLC website!  To read these reviews in full, please head to the Bennett & Bangser Testimonials Page or the firm’s Yelp.com Page, to Brad’s profile on Avvo.com or to Marc’s profile on Avvo.com – but here’s a sneak peek of the stellar testimonials from two very appreciative former clients: “If you...
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New and Improved Website Launches for Bennett & Bangser, LLC

The team at Bennett & Bangser, LLC is excited to share the launch of our new and improved website! Always striving to provide the highest level of representation to our clients, as well as showing potential clients the passion and skill that Brad Bennett and Marc Bangser put into their work each and every day,...
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B&B Partners Published in State Bar Newsletter

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We are excited to share the March 2016 Child Law Section Council Newsletter for the Illinois State Bar Association, where Brad and Marc’s articles were both featured!  Congratulations to our named partners for their achievements and contributions to the most prestigious bar association in the state. To read their articles, please head to the ISBA Website...
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U.S. Supreme Court rejects Chicago man’s embryo battle against ex-girlfriend

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The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected Chicago resident Jacob Szafranski’s bid to prevent his former girlfriend, Karla Dunston, from having a child using embryos that the couple created together. The couple had a verbal contract and signed a medical consent form with the fertility clinic, stating that the embryos couldn’t be used without consent from...
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U.S. Supreme Court weighs recusals and former prosecutor-turned-judge’s role in murder case

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In January 1986,newly elected Philadelphia District Attorney Ronald Castille decided to pursue the death penalty against an 18-year-old, Terrance Williams, accused of beating a man to death and setting him on fire.  26 years later, Castille, now the Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief Justice, refused to recuse himself from hearing an appeal of the same case alleging...
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Court requires divorce lawyer to give earned fees to opposing counsel

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For nearly 20 years, “leveling the playing field” has been part of the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act, containing a provision intending to bridge the gap between divorcing spouses of varying income levels so that one side cannot “out-litigate” the other. This provision took on another shape in a recent decision by the...
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