Adam Gynac has been an associate attorney of the firm since 2008, and throughout that time has concentrated his practice primarily in family law. He regularly appears in court in Will, Kendall and Grundy counties, litigating divorces, paternity cases, and various post-decree matters, such as increasing or collecting on child support, or establishing college contribution from a client's ex-spouse. Mr. Gynac has also had special training in child custody litigation and how to be an effective advocate for children, and is registered with Will County as a court-approved Guardian Ad Litem (“GAL”) counsel.
Mr. Gynac graduated magna cum laude from North Illinois College of Law in May 2008, and was admitted to practice in the Illinois Bar in November 2008. While in law school, he participated in Moot Court, was a member of the Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity, and spent a summer abroad studying international and comparative law in Agens, France. Mr. Gynac also clerked at the civil litigation firm of Klein, Stoddard, Buck Waller & Lewis while still a law student, and served as a “711” prosecutor intern for part of a summer at the DeKalb County State's Attorney's Office.
Finally, in addition to being a trial lawyer, Mr. Gynac also serves as an adjunct college professor at Rasmussen College in their criminal justice and paralegal programs, where he teaches a number of law related classes, such as criminal procedure, business law and business ethics.