Amy N. Schiller
"Careful listening, compassion, clear communication and a development of mutual trust allows me to work through complex issues and stressed emotions with my clients. With the rich resource of Schiller DuCanto & Fleck to draw from, I work with each client to create a unique and personalized plan of action."
Amy N. Schiller is a family law attorney at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck LLP. Amy recognizes the importance of communication and providing individualized attention to her clients, especially when they are unfamiliar with the litigation or settlement process. Amy's strong communication skills and sound reasoning provide needed clarity for her clients during one of the most difficult times of their lives. Family law clients from many different circumstances stand to benefit from her level-headedness and diverse educational and professional experiences.
Ms. Schiller earned her Juris Doctor from DePaul University College of Law. She focused her studies in business and tax related courses, and as a result, earned a Certificate in Business Law. Amy was selected as a Summer Scholar, Fellow, and Student Advisory Board member of DePaul's Child and Family Law Center, where she was able to develop her knowledge of family law inside and outside the classroom. Amy's passion for sports and interest in sports law led to her becoming the Editor-in-Chief of DePaul Law School's Journal of Sports Law and Contemporary Problems.
Prior to law school, Amy worked one summer as a Paralegal Project Assistant at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck. Throughout law school, she continued her career at Schiller DuCanto & Fleck as a law clerk and was then hired as an associate. With her expertise in intricate business and tax related issues, Amy concentrates her practice on complex financial, property and custody matters.
Originally from California, Amy earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology with a minor in English from the University of California Santa Barbara, where she was also a member of the UCSB Women's Rugby team. Before pursuing her legal career, Amy worked as a Business Operations Analyst at a Silicon Valley technology company.