WINNER OF AVVO CLIENTS' CHOICE
"Excellent" Divorce Layer by AVVO, Mr. Nordini is the managing partner of Nordini & Thompson. He practices
exclusively in Matrimonial and Custody Law.
proudly served with the United State Marine Corps during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm in the early 1990's.
He is a graduate of DePaul University Law School, Chicago, and has authored hundreds of articles touching on divorce
and custody related topics.
Mr. Nordini is married,
has two children, and a yellow-lab Cooper. He enjoys traveling, hiking, and coaching his children's sports.
Mr. Nordini has written material for review in the United
States Supreme Court involving custody issues. He has been published numerous times within the Bar Brief Law Review
with his articles touching on emancipation events of minor children in divorce proceedings and on U.S. Constitutional safeguards
in custody litigation.
Recent results achieved
by Paul D. Nordini:
In re the Marriage of K.
- Mr. Nordini accepted a custody and removal case just weeks to trial. Trial was conducted where a Custody Evaluator
and GAL was against his client for custody. Mr. Nordini was able to achieve custody for his client. This case
was then published within the Divorce Digest.
USMDS v ACB - Mr. Nordini's appeal was granted when
the 3rd District Appellate Court reversed the trial court. Mr. Nordini contested service of summons on a divorce client's
foreclosure case, arguing that service was improper on a corporate owner. The appellate court agreed and set new law
on the requirements of serving summons on a foreclosure case. This case was then published in recorded opinions for the State.
In re the Marriage of L. - Mr. Nordini appealed a trial court's ruling on the setting of
alimony. The appellate court agreed with Mr. Nordini's argument that statutory factors must be applied in every case.
Mr. Nordini's client's support amount was significantly adjusted. This case was published as a Rule 23 Court Order.
In re the Marriage of P. - Mr. Nordini took to trail a divorce case where the
husband refused to pay alimony. Several pre-trials had resulted in a Judge's recommendation of no maintenance.
After trial, Mr. Nordini secured alimony for his client. This case was later published in the Divorce Digest.
In re the Matter of J v D.
- Mr. Nordini accepted to represent his client's case with only three weeks to trial, where the Court's appointed expert was
firmly opposed to his client on custody and residency noting that client had signifigant psychologial impairment. Mr.
Nordini was able to convince the Guardian Ad Litem to swtich the recommendation in favor of keeping residency with his client,
and negotiated a settlement resulting in allowing the child to continue living with his client.
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