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Principal Attorney & Founder

Christi L. Alexander

Christi began her legal career in 2006 as a legal assistant at a prominent law firm in Joliet, Illinois. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lewis University in 2008 where she double majored in Criminal Justice and Psychology. Christi continued her education at the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law, previously known as The John Marshall Law School, and earned her Juris Doctor in 2011. Christi has also completed substantial coursework toward an MBA at DePaul University, Kellstadt Graduate School of Business.

Prior to opening her own firm, Christi gained extensive experience in family law while working at other firms in the Chicagoland area. Her focus has been primarily in the areas of divorce, parentage and paternity, custody, and post-decree matters. Christi understands the emotional toll that family law issues can have on clients. Her passion and dedication to this field of law allows her to strongly advocate for the best interests of her clients. She takes pride in being the voice of her clients and ensures that each client understands every step throughout the process.

Christi is currently an active member of the Illinois State Bar Association and practices in the counties of Cook and Will.


Noah Dulski

Noah graduated from the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland, where he

obtained two Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and Criminology. Noah also studied the Russian

Language while living in St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia. He began his career as a paralegal

at the Department of Justice in Washington, DC before moving back to Will County and

transitioning into Family Law.

Noah enjoys working directly with Attorney Alexander and her clients. He has regular

and direct contact with clients, providing them with updates and assisting all throughout the legal

process. Noah will be attending law school starting the Fall of 2024 and is working towards

becoming a licensed Family Law attorney.

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