Pucci|Pirtle, LLC is a boutique law firm concentrating its practice on divorce, family law, adoption, custody, asset division, child representation, mediation, litigation, real estate and estate planning matters. Call us today for a consultation.
Julia A. Pucci, managing partner with Pucci|Pirtle LLC, focuses her practice in the areas of divorce and custody litigation. Ms. Pucci attended Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Illinois where she received a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, in Sociology and Political Science. Ms. Pucci subsequently earned her Juris Doctor from St. Louis University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri. During her law school career, Julia taught legal research and writing as a teaching assistant and was also active in the mediation clinic where she obtained her mediation certification. As a certified mediator, she mediated court-ordered child custody matters and assisted parents in drafting parenting and custody agreements. After being admitted to the Bar, Ms. Pucci was employed as an Assistant State
Illinois , 2005
Illinois Wesleyan University
Bachelor of Arts - Sociology
St. Louis University School of Law
Julie Pirtle began working as an associate attorney for Schwarz & Pucci in November of 2012 after graduating cum laude from Northern Illinois College of Law in May of 2012 and subsequently became a partner when Pucci|Pirtle, LLC was formed. Ms. Pirtle earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Northern Illinois University in 2008. During law school, Ms. Pirtle was active in the Dooley Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, serving as the vice justice during her second year. Ms. Pirtle was also active in the Women
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