Bankruptcy attorney Diane Brazen Gordon has twenty years of experience concentrating in consumer bankruptcy law and civil litigation. Ms. Gordon has represented numerous debtors, creditors, and a Chapter 7 bankruptcy Trustee. Currently Ms. Gordon exclusively represents debtors in both chapter 7 and chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy cases.
- For an appointment with bankruptcy attorney Diane Brazen Gordon, call 1-847-383-5647
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- Bankruptcy law and related litigation
- Consultation to financial professionals and family law attorneys regarding bankruptcy law issues
- Speaking and writing regarding bankruptcy issues as they relate to divorce.
- Board Certified in Consumer Bankruptcy Law by the American Board of Certification.
- Phi Beta Kappa, University of Illinois
- Associate Editor, Iowa Law Review
Membership & Affiliations
- Chair, of the Bankruptcy Committee, American Bar Association, Section of Family La,w 2012-2013
- Former Vice-Chair of the Bankruptcy Committee, American Bar Association Section of Family Law; speaker at the ABA Section of Family Law 2009 Fall CLE Conference in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on “Bankruptcy and Marital Debts – Is it Enforceable or Dischargeable?”
- Federal Trial Bar of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
- Member of the Bankruptcy Committee of the Family Law Section, American Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Texas Bar Association
- Vice President, North Shore Law
- National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys
- Womens Bar Association of Illinois
- National Association of Consumer Advocates
- Wenzel, Piersall & Riccolo, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
- Law Clerk to Honorable Gerald D. Fines, United States Bankruptcy Judge for the Central District of Illinois
- Jackson & Walker, Houston, Texas
- Farnsworth & vonBerg, Houston, Texas
- Prairie State Legal Services, Waukegan, Illinois
- Leibowitz Law Center, Waukegan, Illinois
- Management of bankruptcy cases at The Rogers Law Group
Illinois Supreme Court Rule 7.4(b) disclosure: Illinois does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and the certificate is not a requirement to practice law in Illinois.