700 McGraw Dr, Fort Collins, CO 80526, USA
Attorney Douglas Allen has been practicing personal injury law for more than 22 years. He has worked on all types of personal injury cases, from complicated car and truck accidents, to motorcycle, wrongful death cases, slip and falls, negligent security and other types of personal injury cases. Mr. Allen's true talent is in negotiating car accident settlements with the insurance companies (who hold the settlement money). Douglas Allen started his law career in Hawaii and Florida by representing the insurance companies! He defended personal injury cases for State Farm, GEICO and Allstate. He is an attorney who has been on both sides! Not too many attorneys have been on the insurance side and now represent injured victims. Doug Allen has the experience and knowledge to properly deal with the insurance companies and insurance adjusters as he used to be their attorney! He knows the inside tricks to get the highest settlement values.
400 Robert St N, St Paul, MN 55101, USA
Linda R. Allen is a shareholder at Wolf, Rohr, Gemberling & Allen, P.A. She limits her practice to family law cases including dissolutions, custody and parenting time, post decree motions, child support, paternity, grandparents rights, third party custody, spousal maintenance/alimony, appeals, antenuptial agreements, orders for protection and harassment restraining orders. Ms. Allen is a Rule 114 Qualified Neutral and also provides mediation, parenting consultant, parenting expeditor and consensual special magistrate services. Ms. Allen has been licensed to practice law since 1994 and has successfully argued at the Minnesota Court of Appeals, twice been quoted by the Associated Press, appeared on Minnesota Public Radio, testified before a House Committee regarding family law legislation, and been a faculty member for The Family Law Institute. She has been named in Minnesota Super Lawyers and Top Women Lawyers. She has a passion for helping her clients successfully accomplish family transition.
5235 Florida Blvd., Suite D, Baton Rouge, LA 70806
Attorney Carlton Allen has experience in several areas of law, including but not limited to: Civil Litigation , Corporate Law, Business Formation and Dissolution, Commercial Litigation, Partnerships, Limited Liability Corporations, Limited Liability Partnerships, Employer/Employee Contracts & Disputes, Municipal and Governmental law issues (Bid Laws, Expropriations, Zonings, Litigation, etc.), Family Law (Pre-marital agreements and marriage contracts, Divorce, Community Property, Child Support and Custody Issues), Personal Injuries and Wrongful Death.
150 N Michigan Ave, Suite 3600, Chicago, IL 60601
A heartfelt plea to help her mother’s friend with a complex high stakes divorce led Gemma B. Allen to dedicate most of her professional career to family law. Though an advocate for marriage, she has long understood that, when a marriage breaks down irreconcilably, a client needs strong counsel and caring support. Gemma combines her unique brand of strategic thinking and compassion with effective advocacy in the courtroom to successfully represent the firm’s clients. A co-founder of Ladden & Allen, Chartered (now Allen & Glassman, Chartered), Gemma has represented thousands of men and women on matters spanning the entire range of family law issues. Today, Gemma with her law partner Todd Glassman and their team provide the same level of attention to every case, whether it is a simple uncontested divorce or a high-stakes complex case involving multi-millions of dollars. Through their own experience, as well as tapping the expertise of forensic experts in the areas of taxes, accounting, business valuation and estate planning, they effectively assist clients in navigating complex issues involved in legal matters including marriage, divorce, mediation, financial settlements, and parenting matters. She is a court-certified mediator in the Domestic Relations Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County. Allen & Glassman is known for its history of hosting cutting-edge family law Better Beginnings, Fewer Endings Think Tanks (TM), bringing together judges, mental health practitioners, clergy, attorneys and other interdisciplinary professionals who are interested in recognizing and addressing serious family law related matters. Topics have included “intimate terrorism” in relationships, the law and psychology relevant to custody litigation and its effect on children, the strategy and costs of litigation, and the need for more resources for divorcing couples both inside and outside the courtroom. Gemma is a co-author with retired Cook County Judge Michele Lowrance and financial writer and money advisor Terry Savage of The New Love Deal: Everything You Must Know Before Marrying, Moving In, or Moving On! (May 2014, Paperback $16.95), which fearlessly explores the financial and practical issues that couples confront, and the agreements that can resolve these differences before they destroy the relationship. She and the co-authors have appeared on national TV and radio on the topic and lectured on the topic. Gemma also authored Secrets of Successful Partners, a compilation of interviews she conducted with successfully married couples of all ages. In March 2015, Gemma and Todd Glassman delivered a presentation titled “The Pros and Cons of Using Social Media in Divorce” at a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) program to members of the Lake County Bar Association. Their article on the same topic appeared in the February 2015 issue of the association’s monthly magazine, The Docket. In 2011, Gemma authored a chapter, “Family Law: A Mission and a Career,” published by Aspatore Press, a leading publisher of business and legal materials, and has been invited to do so again in 2016. Additionally, she has written more than 100 other articles and lectured on topics that include divorce, child support, the representation of children in divorce, maintenance, mediation, business valuations in divorce litigation, psychological/legal standards for forensic evaluations in custody issues, cohabitation, civil unions, women and money, and legal separation and reconciliation. She served on the Planning Committee for “Business Valuation: Financial & Tax Issues in Divorce,” Illinois’ foremost CLE event on advanced financial topics for family law attorneys presented by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Gemma repeatedly has been selected by her peers as a member of the Leading Lawyers Network(TM), SuperLawyers(R), Best Lawyers(R), and Martindale-Hubbell(R) AV Preeminent Rating(TM). She was named by Crain’s Chicago Business as one of Chicago’s 100 Most Influential Women. In 2017, she won awards from Chicago Business Journal and Enterprising Woman magazine for her business success and commitment to volunteerism and mentoring. She served as an appointed member of the Advisory Council on Women of the Chicago Commission on Human Relations. A columnist for Chicago Woman, she was honored as one of its 50 Fabulous Women Over 50. She hosts a weekly segment called “Marriage Money Gems” on BusinessFirstAM national TV show. A long-time member of the Illinois State Bar Association, Gemma has served as an appointed member of its Family Law Section Council and was co-chair of the Model Mediation Act sub-committee. She was appointed a member of the Governor’s Task Force on Child Support and the Task Force on Attorneys for Children. In November 2018, she was named a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, a nonprofit organization considered among the world’s leading research institutes for the empirical and interdisciplinary study of law. As a Fellow, she is part of an honorary society of lawyers, judges, law faculty and legal scholars who have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the profession and service to society. For many years, she has been involved in the alumni activities at Loyola University, especially its John Felice Rome Center, where she currently serves on its Director’s Council. She received Loyola University Chicago’s 2018 Felice Award from the school’s John Felice Rome Center at the school’s annual Founders’ Dinner in September 2018. Gemma is the past president of two nonprofit organizations: The Lilac Tree, a resource for women at all stages of divorce, and Forensic Forum, a membership organization that provides a platform for forensic experts in the family law field to share information, propose legislation and work to improve the practice of domestic relations.
62 Lake Laurel Ct N, Dahlonega, GA 30533, USA