Shunte'S. Goss

Shunte'S. Goss

Attorney Shunte' S. Goss is a native of Chicago Illinois. Shunte' attended and received her undergraduate degree from Illinois State University. Shunte' graduated with a Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and went directly to work in private practice. Prior to law school, Shunte' worked with individuals in many different areas. Shunte' gained experience in problem solving as well as working through confrontational issues with individuals of all walks of life. Shunte' brings this experience to her private practice with focuses in Estate Planning and Family Law.

Shunte' will take the time to understand each client's unique situation and specific needs. She will research the facts as well as the law, and advise clients on all of their options. Shunte' genuinely cares about her clients. She is committed to providing the highest quality of legal advice and support during what is often an emotionally-charged time in clients' lives. Shunte' is a member of the American Bar Association, the Illinois Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association.

PRACTICE AREAS

Issues dealing with the family are very personal and each case will receive the individualized attention it deserves. While nobody wants to think about death or disability, establishing an estate plan is one of the most important steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones.

If you are considering divorce or have other familial matters, you need a skilled and compassionate lawyer who will listen to your concerns and protect your rights.

Family Law

Attorney Goss is dedicated to the practice of family law and wants to make sure that there is a successful outcome for both the client and their families.

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Parenting Time
  • Spousal & Child Support
  • Paternity
  • Maintenance
  • Grandparent's Rights
  • Premarital and Postmarital Agreements

Estate Planning

Proper estate planning not only puts you in charge of your finances, it can also spare your loved ones of the expense, delay and frustration associated with managing your affairs when you pass away or become disabled.

  • Wills
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Guardianship
  • Health Care Directives

Trusts

Trusts are simply an arrangement where one party holds property on behalf of another party and can be invaluable to a number of different people.

  • Trusts for Minors
  • Special Needs Trusts
  • Marital Trust
  • Revocable Living Trusts
  • Spendthrift Trust