Attorney John Buchmiller
John Buchmiller attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois for his undergraduate degree in Political Science, and attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan to obtain his Juris Doctor. Upon passing the bar exam and entering into the practice of law, John Buchmiller initially started a firm that helped homeowners who were in Foreclosure save their homes. He did this by restructuring the Homeowner’s current mortgage with the lender bringing their loan current. While practicing Foreclosure Defense and Loan Modifications, he noticed that several of his clients also had problems with their home life. He therefore decided to expand his practice to include family law, so he could get solid citizens out of unfortunate situations.
Attorney Brendan Davis
Brendan Davis attended Miami University in Oxford, Ohio for his undergraduate degree in Political Science and attended Loyola University Chicago School of Law for his Juris Doctor. Brendan brings extensive consumer law experience to the firm after getting his start in a national consumer bankruptcy law firm. He now takes great pride in applying his skills to family law so he can help secure and protect his clients’ futures. He has helped hundreds of clients over the years and believes everyone should have access to high quality, efficient, and affordable legal representation.
Attorney Angela Curry
Angela received her bachelor’s degree in History from Northeastern Illinois University, graduating Suma Cum Laude. She then went on to attend law school at the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois, where she would work all three years in the student run clinic for Fair Housing. In addition to the clinic, she also clerked for several different agencies including the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, Agruss Law Firm, the John Marshall Domestic Violence Legal Clinic, and the Chicago Legal Clinic’s Foreclosure Defense Help Desk.
Angela Graduated from the Jonn Marshall Law School in December of 2018 and began her law career with John Buchmiller & Associates, LLC after passing the February Bar Exam. Her enthusiasm for swift and fair divorce proceedings has led to many peaceful divorce reports and she continues to strive for successful negotiations as a result of effective communication.
Attorney Evelyn Hernandez
Evelyn started her work in family law early in law school. She served as a Judicial Law Clerk for Honorable Judge Raul Vega in the Cook County Domestic Relations Division. After that, she gained invaluable experience working as a Law Clerk for several family law firms throughout Chicago. After being admitted to the Illinois Bar, Evelyn worked in unemployment administrative law for a couple years, serving several nonprofit employers throughout the State of Illinois.
Evelyn’s experiences make her aware of the unique psychological and emotional stresses family law issues can produce. She also recognizes the importance of not only serving as a lawyer but also as a trusted counselor to her clients. She strives to make the process as painless as possible while being a fierce advocate for her clients.
She received her bachelor’s degree in history, cum laude, from the University of Illinois at Chicago and received her Juris Doctor in 2016 from Chicago-Kent College of Law. At Chicago-Kent, Evelyn served as a member of the school’s nationally-ranked trial advocacy team as well as a member of the alternative dispute resolution team. Evelyn volunteers as a coach for Chicago-Kent’s Alternative Dispute Resolution team, which has been instrumental in honing and sharpening her advocacy skills while giving back to her alma mater.
Attorney Elizabeth Mavec
Elizabeth joined the firm as a law clerk in 2018 and received an immersive education in the world of family law and immigration. This background has given her a holistic experience on how to manage sensitive family issues while meeting client expectations and goals. In 2019, she was sworn as a licensed attorney and immediately put her knowledge and experience to work. She has already handled several divorce and parentage cases from initial filing to settlement. Simultaneously, her immigration experience has led to visa, green card and citizenship approvals.
Elizabeth received her bachelor’s degree in History and International Studies from Loyola University Chicago. From there, she went on to receive her Juris Doctorate from John Marshall Law School. During law School she spent her three years working in the student run International Human Rights Clinic. There she helped attain asylum status for Syrians fleeing the Assad regime. Working with Syrian asylum seekers, taught her how to be a strong voice for clients who are often voiceless.
In Elizabeth’s free time she enjoys travelling to new places, hiking, and anything animal related.
Associate Attorney Domenica Manfredini
Domenica received her bachelor’s degree in Criminology, Law, and Justice from the University of Illinois at Chicago. She then went on to attend law school at the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois, where she spent her three years working in the student run Fair Housing Legal Clinic as well as clerking at Goldberg, Weisman, and Cairo, a plaintiffs’ firm.
Domenica graduated from the John Marshall Law School in 2017. Since that time, she has worked on several contract negotiations and redlining of contracts, which has given her a deep understanding of how to draft detailed legal pleadings for our clients and conduct successful negotiations to facilitate efficient divorce proceedings.