Chicago-Kent College of Law,
University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, B.S., 2006
Aura L. Lichtenberg devotes her practice to all aspects of family law, specializing in the litigation, negotiation and alternative dispute resolution of divorce and post-divorce matters, parentage and support matters, pre and post nuptial agreements and incidents involving domestic violence.
Ms. Lichtenberg has practiced exclusively in family law since graduating from law school in 2011 and has participated in trials in Cook, DuPage and McHenry Counties. Her experience includes issues involving high-net-worth families, the valuation of businesses and business interests, asset tracing and complex financials, contested custody/allocation of parental responsibilities, interstate and international jurisdiction issues and ancillary matters involving chancery and law division claims.
While in law school, Ms. Lichtenberg held judicial externships with the Honorable Richard J. Elrod (dec.) in the law division of Cook County, the Honorable Anne Collins Dole in the domestic violence division of Cook County and with the 18th Judicial Circuit Court of Illinois (DuPage County). She also participated in the family law clinic at Chicago-Kent College of Law, represented clients as an approved supervised student pursuant to Illinois Supreme Court Rule 711 and was selected by the American Bar Association for inclusion in its prestigious Judicial Intern Opportunity Program.
Ms. Lichtenberg has been recognized by the Leading Lawyers network as an Emerging Lawyer since 2017.
Ms. Lichtenberg is admitted to practice in Illinois, Washington State and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
IMDMA/Case Law Updates & Practical Applications,” Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, Family Law Webcast Series, December 2017.