Chicago family lawyer Shannon K. Quinn is a founding partner of Hammer Serna & Quinn. Shannon focuses her practice exclusively on family law, including complex financial matrimonial issues and allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly known as child custody and parenting time). Shannon maintains a client-focused divorce practice through listening to her client’s goals and negotiating settlement agreements to meet those goals.
Prior to forming Hammer Serna & Quinn, Shannon worked at Rosenfeld/Farmer under the tutelage of Howard H. Rosenfeld and Kathryn D. Farmer. Besides her work at Rosenfeld/Farmer she began her career at a boutique family law firm in DuPage County.
Shannon received her Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. Shannon received her B.A. in History from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She has been selected as an Illinois Super Lawyers Rising Star for 2021 and 2022.
Shannon is committed to working to achieve her clients’ goals, while also offering honest advice to assist them in managing their expectations. Shannon helps her clients balance their wishes and needs while also maintaining a firm grasp on the realities of the unique facts of their case.
Shannon’s litigation experience allows her to zealously advocate for her clients in Court and throughout negotiations. She will negotiate with opposing counsel to reach a fair and equitable settlement whenever possible, but she is also prepared to litigate in Court if necessary, in order to bring a case to finality. Shannon is respected among her peers and the judiciary for her honesty and collegiality.
Outside of the courtroom, Shannon serves the community as a member of Ascend Justice’s Young Professional Board where she has served as Chair of the Board since 2019. One of Shannon’s passions is encouraging voting and voter registration. To that end, Shannon volunteers in her community registering new voters. Shannon is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association.
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