Roman Seckel recently spoke at the Kane County Bar Association annual family law seminar on November 16, 2017, at the Eaglebrook Country Club in Geneva, Illinois. His addressed the issue of Standing for Non-Parents in Guardianship and Allocation of Parental Responsibility. Roman addressed the same topic about ten years ago to the attorneys in the KCBA, but recent recent changes in the law require a fresh new look at the former topic. These changes affect the rights of non-parents, like grandparents and other relatives, to obtain guardianship or custody of children.
Roman has been a longtime presenter at KCBA seminars for attorneys in the local area. The Drendel & Jansons Law Group prides itself in being on the cutting edge of developments in the law and in being a leader among local attorneys.
All attorneys are mandated by the Illinois Supreme Court to obtain a minimum amount of continuing education credits. The Kane County Bar Association is a premium provider of continuing education for attorneys in the collar counties. The Kane County Bar Association has been providing continuing education for free to its members for years.
The Kane County Bar Association is also the oldest bar association in the state with a history going back to the days of Abraham Lincoln.