Beth F. McCormack

Equity Partner


Hearing your goals and concerns allows me to thoughtfully craft and implement a strategy to best serve you whether in court or in negotiations.”

About Beth F. McCormack

No single family is the same, and Beth McCormack realizes each family needs something different from her. She has a steadfast passion for providing quality representation to each and every client, whatever their needs may be.

Most often responsiveness and a sense of being heard is what clients need most in family law matters.  Ms. McCormack provides that, while strategizing the complex legal and financial components of each case with her clients.

Beth F. McCormack focuses on highly complex family law matters with vast experience in complex litigation, as well as mediation and collaborative law. Beth also represents children, when appointed by the court, which makes her unparalleled in her ability to navigate complex parenting issues. Beth appreciates the sensitivity surrounding high net-worth, high-profile, and child-related matters, with each requiring a very different skill set.

Ms. McCormack’s practice is founded on compassion and empathy. She sees it as her responsibility to be aware of each person’s needs, seeking the most appropriate solution for each client.

Ms. McCormack’s vast family law experience enables her to handle and settle complex and sophisticated issues many families face. She is an unwavering advocate for the best interests of children, and easily navigates families through the highly emotional nature of any divorce.

As one of the most influential attorneys in Chicago, Ms. McCormack has naturally become a mentor to many professionals in the legal community. Her peers consistently nominate her as a Best Lawyer, Super Lawyer, and Leading Lawyer. Most recently, Beth was named top 50 women Super Lawyers. Her work ethic and community involvement have earned her accolades within the legal community, and beyond.

Ms. McCormack has a monthly column in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, where she educates other lawyers on best practices and writes for many other publications as well.

  • J.D., John Marshall Law School, 1992
  • B.A., Illinois State University, 1989
  • Illinois, 1992