Momkus LLC, are experienced, aggressive Business and Family Lawyers Serving Naperville, Lisle and Wheaton, Illinois.
At Momkus LLC, we provide advice and legal representation to Illinois clients across a wide range of practice areas with the primary focus on solving your legal issue. The attorneys at Momkus LLC provide value-added services to clients in multiple areas of law who want to protect multiple aspects of their life, from business and personal relationships to their estate.
1001 Warrenville Road
Lisle IL 60532
If you are looking for a comprehensive solution for all your civil and commercial litigation, business, estate, and family law needs, contact Momkus LLC today at (630) 434-0400 for your consultation.
Monday-Friday, 8:30AM - 5:00PM, Saturdays by appointment only
104 E. Roosevelt Rd.
104 E. Roosevelt Rd., Suite 202
At Momkus LLC, we approach to divorce and family law with the viewpoint it is always best to resolve family disputes amicably.
Nonetheless, we understand that not every couple is in a position to agreeably settle their difference.
For skilled guidance with all types of family legal issues and divorce, contact Momkus LLC at (630) 434-0400 to schedule a consultation. We provide counsel and guidance for clients in DuPage County including Lisle, Naperville, Wheaton, Lombard, Clarendon Hills and Downers Grove.
Bret Klemetson's law practice focuses on business transactions for closely-held businesses, such as buying and selling businesses and joint ventures, as well as common transactional matter such as entity formation and structuring, succession planning, and reorganizations. Mr. Klemetson also negotiates, drafts, and reviews business agreements, including employment contracts, independent contractor agreements, manufacturing contracts, equipment leases, phantom stock plans, stock appreciation rights, and rabbi trusts.
In his mergers and acquistions practice, Bret counsels clients from start to finish, beginning with appropriate transaction structure for busing and selling the businesses, and then negotiating and drafting the letter of intent, performing due diligence, and negotiating and drafting typical transaction documents such as the purchase agreements, transition services agreements, eploymnt agreements, and consulting agreements.
Bret is also a CPA with a public accounting background which enables him to advise on federal and state tax planning and compliance matters.
DePaul University College of Law, Chicago, IL
Juris Doctorate, 1997
Daniel Porter started as an Associate with the firm's commercial litigation group in 2015.
Mr. Porter previously worked as a Staff Attorney for the 18th Judicial Circuit Court in DuPage County, serving as a judicial advisor in the law, chancery, domestic relations, and criminal divisions. Dan advised and collaborated with the judges at all stages of litigation, including pleadings, dispositive motions, discovery, procedural issues and trials. The experience as a Staff Attorney gave Mr. Porter insight on how to best navigate DuPage litigation to obtain the best results for a client.
Mr. Porter attended undergrad at Iowa State University and graduated magna cum laude from Northern Illinois University College of Law. He externed for Justice Schostok on the Illinois Appellate Court, Second District, where he became familiar with appellate practice.
In his free time, Mr. Porter likes to play basketball, golf, cook, attend concerts, and spend time with friends and family.
Northern Illinois University College of Law, DeKalb, IL
Edward J. Momkus, served in positions from Staff Attorney to General Counsel in the Corporate Law Departments of Leaseway Transportation Corporation, Evans Products Company, Sunbeam Corporation and Gottlieb Properties, Inc. before entering private practice. Ed acts as the general counsel to several organizations, guiding them through the maze of legal requirements that affect businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Ed's extensive experience in a wide range of business transactions, legal compliance issues, and tax-driven business planning are the ideal foundation for his role as general counsel.
Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois
Northwestern University Law School, Chicago, Illinois
Attorney James S. Harkness' practice areas include commercial and business litigation, class actions, federal banking regulation disputes, manufacturing and distributor/subcontractor disputes, trade secret litigation, non-competition litigation, Uniform Commercial Code litigation, military contractor disputes, telecommunications, construction litigation, and employment law, at both the state and federal levels.
Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, Indiana
B.A. Political Science and Philosophy, 1993
Valparaiso University School of Law, Valparaiso, Indiana
Jason's practice is concentrated in estate planning and estate administration, commercial and residential real estate (including "work outs" (forbearance, foreclosure, short sale, and deed-in-lieu agreements, business transactions, and general representation of business entities and their principals. In the beginning of his career Jason was a litigator with Dickson and Hasenbalg in Aurora, Illinois, and he brings that experience as an invaluable tool in assisting his clients in his current practice.
Jason is a licensed real estate broker in the state of Illinois and a member of the National Association of Realtors and the Mainstreet Organization of Realtors.
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois
Jennifer is a Partner who focuses her practice in commercial and business litigation and appellate practice. She has successfully tried both bench and jury trials. Jennifer has also written and argued appeals before the Appellate Courts of Illinois and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. She is currently the Chair of the Appellate Law Committee of the DuPage County Bar Association.
Tulane University Law School, New Orleans, Louisiana
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
B.A. English, 2001
AttorneyLauryn Parks is a Partner with the firm's Commercial Litigation group. Ms. Parks has a wide array of experience in employment litigation matters, including litigating breach of restrictive covenant and non-solicitation agreements, wage and hour disputes, and a variety of federal and state employment discriminations claims. She also has extensive experience in commercial litigation and business disputes, including declaratory judgments, contract disputes, construction and real estate litigation, and matters involving various injunctive and equitable remedies. Ms. Parks has experience in all aspects of litigation and appellate law, including pre-trial discovery, preparing and arguing dispositive motions, first-chair trial experience, handling proceedings before various municipal and administrative agencies, and arguing before the appellate court. Ms. Parks also consults with and advises employers and executive-level employees regarding employment agreements, restrictive covenants, compensation issues, employee handbooks, and employee separations.
Neil has a comprehensive estate planning practice that includes the areas of wills,trusts, advanced estate planning, asset protection planning, probate and trust administration. His practice involves assisting clients in planning for the lifetime management, protection and distribution of their assets, including individuals and families with high net worth, and advising individuals and companies with regard to business succession planning, probate and trust administration. In his practice, Neil has also represented entrepreneurs, professionals, and small and mid-size businesses in the full range of business organization and operations, buy-sell and employment agreements, commercial transactions, employment law and practice, and business succession.
DePaul University School of Law, Chicago, IL
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