CHICAGO, IL, August 08, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Alan J. Toback, Esq. of Lake Toback, has been recognized for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in contested and uncontested divorces, including matters dealing with custody, visitation, children's issues, paternity, extended family practice, domestic violence, post-divorce modification and enforcement, and pre- and postnuptial agreements, civil union and LGBT dissolutions of marriage and custody cases.
A skilled legal professional with more than three decades of experience, Alan Toback practices matrimonial and family law, high net-worth dissolution, and custody cases. He excels in the management of cases involving complex property division issues and other critical financial matters. He has represented celebrities, professional athletes, business owners, professionals, and the spouses of high-income individuals. He attributes his success to his ability to bring cohesive arguments before the court.
Alan Toback earned his JD from The John Marshall Law School in 1982. Recently inducted into The American Registry, he also maintains affiliation with the American Bar Association and the Matrimonial Law Committee of the Chicago Bar Association. He previously served as Director-at-Large of the Illinois Family Support Enforcement Association (2001-2002), Illinois Chapter President of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (1998-2000), and Chair of the Family Law Section Council of the Illinois State Bar Association. Earlier this year, he was named an AV Preeminent Attorney and one of the "Top Rated Lawyers in the Chicago Area" by Martindale-Hubbell. In 2000, he was named one of the top 10 divorce lawyers in Chicago by the Chicago Sun-Times. He is also one of a very select group of Illinois lawyers recommended by their peers for membership in the Leading Lawyers Network for family law.
Mr. Toback has authored numerous articles and nationally published books including, Maintenance, Illinois State Bar Association, Family Law Handbook, Removal: A Historical and Practical Perspective, Illinois Family Law Report (1992), and Changes to IMDMA May Make it Easier for Spouses to Obtain Maintenance, The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin (1992). He has given legal lectures and served as a panelist for the Young Lawyers Section of the Chicago Bar Association and as a moderator for an Illinois State Bar Association annual meeting.
For more information about Alan J. Toback, Esq, and Lake Toback, visit http://www.laketoback.com