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Michael T. Held

Michael T. Held is currently on military sabbatical, and not practicing at Harrison & Held at this time while on active duty.

Michael specializes in several areas of litigation, including family law, trust and estate matters, and general litigation.

He has represented numerous parties in domestic relations and family law courts relating to divorce, child custody, orders of protection, maintenance, property division, abuse and neglect, and other issues arising from domestic relations and family law matters.

As a result of his unique experience, Michael has a current and comprehensive working knowledge of domestic relations and family law in Cook County as well as state-wide.

Michael also has experience representing trustees, executors, and beneficiaries in a variety of matters such as breach of fiduciary duty claims, trust reformation actions, and construction disputes.  He devotes a portion of his practice to state and federal taxation, business succession planning, and estate planning and administration.

Education

  • University of Illinois College of Law, J.D., 2013
  • Boston University, Political Science, Minor in Business Administration, 2009

Organizations

  • Chicago Bar Association
  • Admissions

  • Illinois Supreme Court
  • Awards & Honors

    Speeches & Publications

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