Dominic G. Erbacci

Associate

   

“Preparation and the desire to go the extra mile are essential elements to effectively resolve civil disputes.”

About Dominic G. Erbacci

From an early age, Dominic Erbacci’s involvement in his community helped to mold and solidify his strong midwestern work ethic.  He puts forth this standard in all of his cases in order to resolve client’s civil disputes.

Before becoming an attorney, Dominic worked for a Fortune 500 corporation where he acquired core leadership and negotiation skills that he employs on a daily basis. It was during his formative years in corporate America where Mr. Erbacci learned that one’s preparedness, attention to detail, hard work, and perseverance are integral components to effectively accomplish any task at hand. Mr. Erbacci now applies these very same traits to his work as a lawyer. 

Mr. Erbacci has helped many families navigate disputes relating to divorce, child custody, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, post-decree enforcement and defense, modification of maintenance/child support, and defense.

He is committed to providing his clients with a superior experience throughout the span of litigation, mediation, or the collaborative method. By concentrating his practice in all areas of family law and divorce, Mr. Erbacci knows what it takes to ensure clients are equipped with the tools they need to succeed both during and after the legal process.

As a third-generation attorney practicing law in the Chicago-land area, Mr. Erbacci was taught the significance of preparedness, hard work, and ethical conduct from an early age. These values are at the core of how Mr. Erbacci approaches cases and works with clients to resolve their legal issues.

After realizing his passion for helping families while working as a Judicial Intern in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Domestic Relations Division, Dominic moved on to serve as a law clerk for Beermann LLP prior to becoming an associate attorney.  His experiences in life and in the practice of law have molded and solidified his ability to recognize when compassion and strength must be employed in order to help families resolve their disputes.

  • J.D., University of Illinois at Chicago – John Marshall Law School
  • B.A., DePaul University
  • State of Illinois
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