A sanction is a punishment or a penalty. There are different types of sanctions that can be applied for different types of reasons. In the context of the law, judges often provide financial sanctions on parties who violate court regulations. For example, a person who is found in contempt of court may be given a financial sanction and be forced to...
Ms. Brett is a principal of the firm.Ms. Brett’s primary area of practice is Domestic Relations and Family Law. She regularly handles matters of dissolution of marriage, post decree enforcement and modifications, paternity, adoption, custody, visitation, spousal maintenance, child support, minor and disabled guardianships, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, and changes of name. Ms. Brett is skilled in the use of collaborative methodology for the resolution of domestic relations cases. Ms. Brett uses litigation as a last resort when parties cannot reach agreement through cooperative negotiations. She routinely analyzes financial documents and parental interests, to formulate client plans and strategize with clients, financial experts, parenting specialists, coaches and professionals to achieve the clients’ goals. Ms. Brett also drafts qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO), Qualified Illinois Domestic Relations Orders, (QILDRO) and Qualified Medical Child Support Orders (QMSCO).
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312 726-0440 ext. 206
155 N. Wacker Drive Suite 1950 Chicago, Illinois