Please join Schlesinger & Strauss LLC in celebrating Attorney Gary Schlesinger’s 50 years of practice. Congratulations Gary!
Busy time at Schlesinger & Strauss. On October, 21st, Gary Schlesinger presented a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar, titled, Ethics in Lawyer Marketing, a discussion of the Illinois Rules of Professional Conduct. Gary discussed how and what lawyers may communicate to prospective clients, judges, and other lawyers to the Lake County Illinois Bar Association Family…Read More
A deposition is a legal process to obtain sworn testimony outside the courtroom. In a family law matter, a party to a lawsuit, expert witnesses, family, friends or others may deposed if they have knowledge or information relevant to a case. The deposition provides an opportunity for counsel to glean the scope of a party’s…Read More
Michael Strauss is presenting at the Symposium for a Safer Lake County, Friday, November 8, 2019. Michael is presenting on the topic of Developments in Family Law. The Symposium for a Safer Lake County is a professional development forum dedicated to broadening the knowledge and collaboration of clergy, healthcare, legal, and human services professionals working…Read More
Today, parents are focused on their kids participating in activities that lead to success. However, according to the developmental psychologist and author, Richard Rende, parents have stopped doing the the one thing that is ‘actually a proven predictor of success.’ Apparently, the secret ingredient is requiring kids to perform household chores, an idea which is…Read More
This month, Attorney Michael Strauss will be speaking at the 24th Annual Alumni-Student Career Conference Program at the University of Illinois College of Law on topics of family law and the law firm hiring process. Michael will also be attending the Illinois State Bar Association Family Law seminar in New Orleans in March.
Attorney Gary L. Schlesinger published a new article in the February 2015 issue of the Lake County Bar Association Docket regarding the new Illinois Supreme Court Rule 138.