Christine M. Hunt, P.C. is located in downtown Chicago in the Printer's Row/ South Loop neighborhood practicing family law, estate planning, and business formation. Quality legal services. More Affordable.
Christine M. Hunt, P.C. aims to assist you with your legal matters in a timely and easy to understand manner. Christine realizes that the court system can be a confusing and complicated area to navigate. Christine seeks to not only to advocate for you and your rights, but also to walk you through the process and calm your concerns. You'll be in good hands with Christine M. Hunt, P.C.
Unfortunately, attorneys have a reputation of being aloof and difficult to get a hold of. Christine however is very personable, approachable, and seeks to respond to calls, emails, and inquiries in a timely manner. With Christine M. Hunt, P.C. you will receive personalized attention. Christine will work to ensure not only that your questions are answered, but also that you understand the process and know what to expect.
Christine graduated from Chicago's The John Marshall Law School where she received her Juris Doctor and a Certificate in Trial Advocacy. She received a Bachelor of Science in Crime, Law, and Justice and a minor in Psychology from The Pennsylvania State University.
Christine has a wide range of experience. Prior to opening her own firm, she was a contract attorney and legal assistant for The Law Office of Quentin Banks who focused on criminal law and The Law Office of Andrea Bonds who focused on criminal law, family law, and personal injury cases. She clerked for the Honorable Judge Pamela Loza in the Domestic Relations Division and Parentage and Child Support Court. She also has experience with the Domestic Violence Legal Clinic, The Fair Housing Clinic, and the Public Defender's Office at both the trial and appellate level.
Christine has a wide range of interests beyond the law. She enjoys practicing yoga, visiting the Chicago Art Institute, scuba diving, and trying new restaurants.
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