Why a Career at Anderson & Boback?
Anderson & Boback is compassionate about solving divorce and family law problems and dedicated to providing superior, exceptional legal services to our clients. We go above and beyond with a commitment to open communication and personal attention. Our goal is not to be the biggest law firm in Chicago, but rather the best law firm in the practice areas critical to divorce and family law clients.
We provide a voice to those that have none, standing up for the rights of children and advocating for their future well-being. Don’t let our empathetic ear fool you, we’re as fierce as they come when protecting your rights in the courtroom.
If our firm sounds like a place where you think you might be a good fit, we invite you to dig deeper into Anderson & Boback to see what we have to offer YOU!
We evaluate all employees and applicants on the basis of their qualification without regard to race, religion, color, marital status, national origin, age, sex, disability, sexual orientation or gender identity, gender, genetic characteristics or any other classification protected by applicable local, state or federal employment laws. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all.
Associate attorneys at Anderson & Boback practice in all aspects of family law including divorce, both contested and uncontested, child custody, child support, as well as paternity, grandparent’s rights, adoption, drafting premarital and post-marital agreements, separate maintenance, post-decree modifications and orders of protection. We also require a proactive approach and a strong work ethic and eagerness to work and train under a highly successful partner to help bring our established foundation to even greater success.
- Executes case strategy with senior attorneys, paralegals, clients and support staff.
- Manages high level/high asset cases by maintaining contact with people involved in the case; preparing for depositions; reviewing standard court documents; drafting letters; writing and reviewing discovery; drafting responses to opposing counsel; generating status reports.
- Keeps clients informed by maintaining contact; communicating case progress.
- Supports case planning by preparing case summaries and materials for mediation conferences; preparing pleadings; monitoring discovery responses; organizing materials for firm case review.
- Attends business development and networking functions with firm leadership, as well as solo.
Experience in divorce and family law required. Must be a graduate from an ABA-accredited law school and currently active with the Illinois State Bar Association without disciplinary actions.