2275 Half Day Road
Bannockburn, IL 60015
d. (312) 621-9700
Morgan L. Stogsdill
Divorce & Family Law Partner
Morgan L. Stogsdill focuses her practice on complex family law matters and counsels high-profile clients that require the utmost attention and confidentiality. Ms. Stogsdill has been featured in the New York Times and featured on various news outlets related to her work in family law.
In 2016, Ms. Stogsdill was selected for the prestigious award of one of the “40 Under Forty Attorneys to Watch in Illinois” by the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. Ms. Stogsdill was named one of the “Most Influential Women Lawyers in Chicago” by Crain’s Chicago Business in 2017. In 2020, Ms. Stogsdill was named as one of “The Top 10 Women Attorneys in Illinois” by Emerging Lawyers.
Ms. Stogsdill’s practice primarily focuses in the areas of matrimonial law and family law, which includes various aspects of dissolution of marriage and paternity proceedings involving the issues of child custody, support, visitation, property division, divorce-related financial issues, post-dissolution matters, prenuptial/postnuptial agreements, and order of protection related to civil litigation.
Having litigated over forty-five jury trials and settling hundreds of cases, Ms. Stogsdill’s trial record speaks for itself. When costly litigation can be avoided, her approach includes mediation in order to settle cases in an efficient and expeditious manner. Ms. Stogsdill tailors a specific strategy for each of her clients, on a case-by-case basis.
Ms. Stogsdill has also served on the Auxiliary Board of Northwestern Memorial Hospital and Illinois Eye Bank. Additionally, she was a mentor for Metro for Girls —a program that helps young girls develop into successful women by teaching them to be great students and friends. Ms. Stogsdill currently dedicates her time, as board member, raising money for the Jackson Chance Foundation —a non-profit organization that alleviates the financial burden of hospital parking fees, allowing families the opportunity to visit their loved ones in NICU.