Ms. King is an associate attorney at the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group by Haid and Teich, LLP. Madelyn joined the firm in August 2017, and practices exclusively in the area of family law.
Madelyn graduated from DePaul College of Law in 2013 as a family law fellow of the Schiller DuCanto and Fleck Family Law Center, and earned a Certificate in Child and Family Law. Based on her interests, Madelyn selected a narrowly tailored legal education specializing in the area of family law. Outside of the classroom, Madelyn gained invaluable experience volunteering at the Cook County Domestic Violence Courthouse where she assisted women pursuing civil orders of protection. As a result of her experience, Madelyn offers a unique understanding of domestic violence and mental health as they relate to divorce and parenting disputes.
Prior to law school, Madelyn graduated from the University of Utah where she studied psychology and sociology, and received a certificate in criminology. During her undergraduate studies, Madelyn traveled to Chicago to pursue two summer clerkships for the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office in the Child Protection and Juvenile divisions. It was at this time that Madelyn discovered her dedication to advocating for children and families.
In her free time, Madelyn is working towards her certification as a birth doula, and takes a special interest in supporting women through pregnancy, labor, and early motherhood.
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