Marc R. Fisher
Tel: 847 317-9500
University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A., 2000,
New York Law School, J.D.,
cum laude 2004
AREAS OF PRACTICE
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Mr. Fisher is an experienced attorney who has exclusively focused his practice in the area of family law. Mr. Fisher joined the firm in 2005 and was named a partner in 2010. He works with each individual client to achieve a successful resolution to the case while educating clients about the divorce process and how the law applies to the specific facts of their cases. In addition to his work with firm clients, Mr. Fisher is frequently appointed by the Court in Lake County as a Child’s Representative and Guardian ad Litem to represent the interests of minor children during contested family litigation.
Illinois State Bar Association, Lake County Bar Association and American Bar Association.
Mr. Fisher is licensed to practice law in Illinois, New York and New Jersey.
Mr. Fisher received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2000. He received his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from New York Law School in 2004. While at New York Law School, Mr. Fisher was an associate editor of the New York Law School Law Review and was also a member of the Journal of International and Comparative Law.
Accolades and Awards:
Mr. Fisher has been selected by his peers and named by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin and Chicago Lawyer magazine as one of 2015’s “40 Illinois Attorneys Under Forty to Watch.” Mr. Fisher was one of 40 attorneys selected from the more than 1,400 nominations submitted for the honor. Mr. Fisher was also named an Emerging Lawyer in 2015 by Leading Lawyers and a Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2016 and 2013.
Publications and Lectures:
Mr. Fisher was a speaker at the most recent Lake County Bar Association’s Children Representative Training Seminar. Mr. Fisher also co-wrote Chapter 14, “Distinctions between Marital and Non-Marital Property,” for the 2011 edition of the ISBA Family Law Handbook as well as Chapter 21, “Marital Property Valuation,” for the 2011 edition, published by the Illinois State Bar Association.