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October 23, 2019

Sarah Holtzman

Location: Chicago, Illinois
Phone: 312-702-0926
Fax: 312-782-4025

Sarah focuses her practice on all areas of family law, including, but not limited to, divorce, child custody, child support, post-decree matters, domestic violence, and adoption cases.  Sarah strives to always listen to and communicate with her clients.  She advocates for each client’s individualized needs and concerns to achieve the best possible results.

Sarah joined the team at Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC as a law clerk in 2016.  Prior to joining Hurst, Robin & Kay, LLC, Sarah was a law clerk at Kedzie Law Offices, P.C. where she focused primarily on personal injury law.  Sarah received her Juris Doctor from DePaul University College of Law where she focused her studies on Family Law.  She received a Certificate in Family Law and earned a CALI Excellence for the Future Award for earning the highest grade in the class for Adoption Law.

While at DePaul, Sarah volunteered at the Domestic Violence Legal Clinic where she assisted clients in obtaining Orders of Protection.  In addition, Sarah participated in Depaul’s Family Law clinic where she used her 711 License to represent clients in dissolution of marriage and domestic violence proceedings.  Further, she served as a Senior Research Assistant to Professor John Decker and was published in Illinois Decisions on Search and Seizure.