Lisa A. Copland is a seasoned litigator who has practiced law in Illinois for over 19 years. She is a graduate of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law, with a concentration in Civil Litigation and Dispute Resolution. Lisa earned her undergraduate degree from Princeton University. She represents clients and small businesses in Cook, Will, DuPage and Lake Counties. As a practitioner in the Domestic Relations Division of the Circuit Court of Cook County, Lisa represents men and women in divorce cases, including the division of property, allocation of parental responsibilities, maintenance (formerly known as alimony), child support and the allocation of parenting time. She handles matters in Parentage Court, the Domestic Violence Division, and serves as a court appointed Guardian ad Litem in highly contested matters involving children. In Juvenile Court, Lisa has vast experience in both delinquency and child protection matters, as well as in DCFS investigations and appeals. In the Probate Division, Lisa represents families and individuals in matters involving decedent’s estates, guardianship, estate administration and litigation. Lisa also represents individuals and small businesses in breach of contract cases, landlord tenant matters, and the creation and dissolution of partnership agreements. Lisa is a volunteer attorney with the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services Foreclosure Mediation Program and has provided pro bono consultations for the Cook County Bar Association Free Legal Clinic. She is a member of the Cook County Bar Association and the Black Women Lawyers’ Association.