At NZB Family Law, we have the expertise to provide pragmatic solutions to all your family law needs. Our team is experienced in handling complex dissolution-related financial matters, property, custody matters, international dissolutions and child abductions, and child protection matters. We take pride in supporting our clients through life’s rockiest of times with wisdom, creativity, vigor, and compassion. We welcome the opportunity to guide you through your journey. > more
We will partner with you, taking the time to listen, identify and understand the needs of your family so we can better serve you. We want to put you in control of how your matter is resolved so we can achieve an outcome that is in your best interest.
Nancy Zalusky Berg’s career in family law began 1985. Since then she has been a zealous advocate for her clients in all areas of family law from complicated high asset dissolutions to tirelessly advocating for victims of domestic violence and child protection cases.
Ruta is a devoted advocate for her clients and their children. Ruta’s practice includes areas of marriage dissolution, custody and parenting time matters, child support, paternity, spousal maintenance, international family law, child in need of protection and services, termination of parental rights proceedings, and appeals.
Katie Kelley completed her first two years of law school at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. While in Chicago, she was a legal intern on the domestic violence team at Legal Aid Society of Metropolitan Family Services.
Ann listens to her clients attentively, and is a dedicated advocate for them. Her areas of practice include divorce, custody and parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance, and post-decree matters.
Savannah’s approach to casework is based in compassion and practicality. She prides herself in finding creative solutions to decrease conflict, reduce cost, and maximize value for her clients.
Sonja is an attorney and focuses her practice exclusively on family law, including but not limited to divorce, custody matters, paternity, child support, spousal maintenance, non-marital tracing and property division, prenuptial agreement drafting and review, as well as interstate and appellate work.