The Law Firm of Barry H. Greenburg concentrates its practice in matrimonial and family law issues, including custody, financial matters, and enforcement of judgments.
For more than 35 years, the Law Firm of Barry H. Greenburg, successor to his other firms, has practiced as a litigator in various commercial and financial matters, both in the chancery courts, law courts, as well as divorce courts.
Mr. Greenburg and his associates have vast years of experience in litigation, and, most importantly, settlement of complex and difficult matrimonial cases. Mr. Greenburg has represented CEO’s, presidents of companies, attorneys and other professionals, as well as self-employed and employees of small businesses. Because of the reputation of the Law Firm of Barry H. Greenburg, he is able to successfully settle cases without the necessity of protracted trials and the expenditure of inordinate amounts of attorneys fees by his clients.
The philosophy of the law firm is to first serve the client’s interests by being available and responsive to the client’s needs. Mr. Greenburg has argued numerous appeals in his career, and is often sought out by colleagues for his knowledge of the law and precedents set by the courts. Over the years, the law firm has represented numerous professionals, including attorneys who refer their colleagues and friends to the law firm.
Mr. Greenburg is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, the Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association, a member of the Bench and Bar Section of the Illinois State Bar Association. He is a former member of the Matrimonial Law Section of the Illinois Bar Association, and was the author of “current case law” for the Section Council. Mr. Greenburg also sits on committees in the Circuit Court of Cook County Matrimonial Law Division for education of attorneys representing children, and for the screening committee for those interested in becoming attorneys for children. Mr. Greenburg has lectured at various IICLE seminars in various areas of the law, and has been a Judge in the American Bar Association’s Appellate Advocacy Competition.