Getting Split Ready 23.4 (Preview) - Bringing Out the Worst - The Sneaky Things People Do During Divorce
Divorce can and does bring out the worst in people. Sometimes this can drive them to less than acceptable behavior and sneaky activity. What are some of the things that our experts have seen? Find out.
Join us for an engrossing discussion with Alison Turoff from Greenwich Law Group about divorcing people behaving badly.
In 2018, Alison G. Turoff joined Alexandra M. Goddard and Jessica L. Malmquist to form Greenwich Law Group, LLC. As a skilled researcher and writer, Alison has successfully conducted multiple appeals before the Illinois Appellate Court. She frequently argues creative and complicated motions, addressing matters ranging from protecting mental health privacy to following convoluted financial account trails before the judges of Cook, DuPage, Lake, and Will Counties. Sensitive to the various emotional and legal issues that affect family law clients, Alison strives to provide her clients with all of their options and assist them with making the choices that best suit their individual needs.
In 2004, Alison won second place in the 45th Annual Lincoln Award Legal Writing Contest, sponsored by the Illinois State Bar Association, for her article, Recovering Attorney Fees from the Opposing Party in Illinois Divorce Cases, 92 Ill. B.J. 462 (Sept. 2004). Alison's other publications include:
- IRAs and Child Support: O'Daniel, Takata and the Slippery Slope, ISBA Family Law newsletter, Vol. 52, No. 1 (Aug. 2008).
- Spying Spouses and Their High Tech Tools, 96 Ill. B.J. 348 (July 2008)
- The Misuse of Mediation in Joint Parenting Agreements, 94 Ill. B.J. 546 (Oct. 2006)
- Throwing Away the Key on Society's Youngest Sex Offenders, 91 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 1127 (Summer 2001). Alison graduated from Northwestern University School of Law in 2002 and was the Managing Editor of Northwestern's Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology.
For two years, she worked in Northwestern's Bluhm Legal Clinic, where she represented victims of domestic violence and families embroiled in the child welfare system. Alison is an alumna of Indiana University Bloomington (1998), where she became a member of Phi Beta Kappa and was the Vice-President of Internal Affairs for the Residence Halls Association.
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