Make Certain the Spouses' Debts and Assets are Divided Equitably
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Terrence J Benshoof holds a J.D. degree and a Master of Law in taxation from De Paul University. He has over 50 years experience in a variety of family, taxation, and business law areas. Mr. Benshoof is of counsel to the firm of Calabrese Associates, P.C., in Warrenville, Illinois. As a practitioner, he has focused in the family law area, on matters concerning divorce actions involving military spouses, military pay and benefit issues, retired pay division, and application of the Service Members Civil Relief Act. Mr. Benshoof has lectured on these topics to the Chicago, DuPage, and Will County bar associations in Illinois; and for National Business Institute in local and national webcast seminars. He also practices in the area of general taxation, business tax planning, trusts and estates, real estate, and commercial litigation. Mr. Benshoof has published numerous articles on military issues in family law and on property taxation. A retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Reserve, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, he served as national judge advocate (general counsel) for the 45,000 member Reserve Organization of America, and has served on its Board of Directors for five years. Mr. Benshoof served as referendary general (chief judge of the Tribunal) of the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem for eight years. He also serves as vice president of the Board of Directors of the Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans in Wheaton, Illinois.
Daniel J Hoff is an attorney with Hoff, Matuszak & Matyas, LLC, where his areas of practice include divorce, child custody and placement, post divorce, child support, spousal support, paternity, personal injury, and real estate. Mr. Hoff has been a practicing trial attorney for more than 30 years and is also an experienced family law mediator. He is a former president of the Outagamie County Bar Association, chairman of the Outagamie Commissioners of Condemnation 1982 to present, and past assistant corporation counsel for Outagamie County. Mr. Hoff has been appointed by the Outagamie County circuit judges to act as interim court commissioner during vacancies and family leave. In this capacity, he presided over bond hearings, intakes, small claims trials, and motions. Mr. Hoff is admitted to practice in Wisconsin and before the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Wisconsin; and the U.S. District Court, Western District of Wisconsin. He is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the American Bar Association. He has served as a member of the State of Wisconsin Access to Justice Committee since 2013 and will serve as its president this year. He is also the president of Fox Cities Victim Crisis Response, LLC. Mr. Hoff earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota and his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Tifanne E Wolter is an attorney with Henningson & Snoxell Ltd. She has practiced family law exclusively for more than a decade. Ms. Wolter has assisted a wide array of clients with divorce, custody, paternity, child support, third party custody, parenting time, and domestic abuse matters. She is trained in collaborative divorce and mediation, and upon graduating from law school, she obtained a certificate in dispute resolution from Hamline University School of Law. After earning her Juris Doctorate degree, Ms. Wolter worked for Legal Aid and helped victims of domestic abuse and low income clients with family law issues. She is the past chairperson and representative to the Assembly for the Minnesota State Bar Association (Family Law Section). Ms. Wolter has been involved with the Family Law Section for many years. Previously, she was the vice chairperson and chairperson of publications. She earned her B.A. degree from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota; and her J.D. degree from Hamline University School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota.
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