Monica S. Weber
Monica S. Weber graduated summa cum laude from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts decree concentrating in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science decree concentrating in Justice Studies in 2007. Monica graduated from the George Washington University Law School in 2010.
While in law school, Monica interned with the Montgomery County States’ Attorneys’ Office in Rockville, Maryland and WEAVE (Women Empowered Against Violence) in Washington D.C. where she found her interest in both family and criminal law.
The summer before her third year of law school, she earned her Rule 38 State Bar of Arizona certification and represented the State of Arizona in criminal court proceedings at the Maricopa County Attorneys’ Office. During her third year of law school, she worked for the Civil and Family Litigation Clinic at the George Washington University Law School where she represented low-income clients in divorce and child custody cases.
For the past five years, Monica worked at the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office as an Assistant States Attorney. She gained invaluable trial experience representing the State of Illinois in prosecuting hundreds of misdemeanor and felony cases.
Monica concentrates her practice in the areas of Family and Matrimonial Law including: divorce, allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly known as custody), parenting time (formerly known as visitation), child and spousal support, property distribution, relocation, high conflict cases, adoption law and DCFS matters.