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ABOUT JILL BEDA DANIELS
WE ARE HERE TO LISTEN, TALK THINGS OVER AND ADVOCATE FOR YOU.

Jill began her career as a litigator, trying and arbitrating many hundreds of cases.  Over time, she expanded her practice to real estate, mediation and family law.  She is a strong and effective advocate for her clients.  But what really sets her apart is her ability to listen, counsel and collaborate.

Jill Daniels - Attorney at Law - LaGrange, IL

Jill Beda Daniels is an experienced litigator, mediator and advocate. She earned her law degree from Loyola University Chicago in 1999 and her undergraduate from Illinois Benedictine College (now Benedictine University) in 1995.

Jill is married to Peter Daniels whom she met in law school.  They have four children, one of whom was adopted from Ethiopia and reside in La Grange, Illinois. She enjoys family time and is passionate about photography.

About Jill Daniels - Attorney at Law

ABOUT MICHELE BRADY KOWALSKI
WE ARE HERE TO LISTEN, TALK THINGS OVER AND ADVOCATE FOR YOU.

After advocating for her daughter with special needs for ten years, Michele realized the importance of understanding special education laws. She is eager to help parents navigate the process from establishing eligibility to securing an appropriate IFSP or IEP for their child. Michele focuses on empowering parents with the information necessary to ensure an education that meets their child’s unique needs.

Jill Daniels - Attorney at Law - LaGrange, IL

Michele started her law practice in 2002 by enforcing licensee compliance and state government regulation in the Illinois Comptroller’s Office. In 2005 her daughter was diagnosed with apraxia, a complex neurological motor planning disorder. After finding few local resources for her daughter Michele co-founded The Apraxia Connection (TAC), a Chicagoland nonprofit organization that strives to share resources and educate families affected by apraxia. While developing TAC she has advocated informally for several children, helping them acquire necessary assistive technology, reviewing and assisting with IEPs, and finding ways to collaborate with school districts to secure an appropriate education.

Michele is married to her loving husband, David Kowalski. They have four delightful daughters, a lazy dog, and an old house in La Grange Park, Illinois.