Attorney Julia Strehl is as intelligent as she is compassionate. Ms. Strehl has proven to be a detail-oriented champion of her clients needs. When Julia begins working on your case, every request you make will be relayed to the Court in a timely and professional manner.
While attending law school at John Marshall Law School, Ms. Strehl was Editor-in-Chief and responsible for the publication of “The Decisive Utterance”, the law school newspaper. As a columnist for Chicago Lawyer Magazine, Ms. Strehl wrote the “3L in the City” bi-monthly column. She received her degree from John Marshall and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 2012.
Ms. Strehl has dedicated her career to family law, representing everyday people and securing favorable results through negotiation or litigation. Ms. Strehl cares as much for her clients as she does for their children, and patiently explains the best possible courses of action so her clients make the right decision for their families.
With comprehensive preparation, Ms. Strehl represents her clients in all areas of family law, including issues of child custody and visitation, child support, maintenance, property division, complex financial matters, tax consequences, pre and post nuptial agreements, restraining orders and orders of protection.
Attorney Julia Strehl represented homeowners in foreclosure mediation proceedings during her time at Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. Ms. Strehl’s international travels during her undergraduate education at Grand Valley State have cultivated a worldly perspective which she incorporates in local legal matters.
She has counseled and advised homeowners of their options during the foreclosure process. She has overseen cases, prepared clients, handled opposing counsel, and conducted settlement discussions from beginning to end. Ms. Julia Strehl also gained valuable experience in personal injury cases during her time at the law firm of Cochran, Cherry, Givens, Smith & Montgomery.
Call (312) 558-9100 today and get Attorney Julia Strehl working for your side!