Ms. Amy F Campbell Esq.
About Ms. Amy F Campbell Esq.Ms. Spector is a managing Partner with Hicks & Spector, L.L.C. She is licensed to practice law in the States of Illinois and Missouri.
Ms. Spector holds a B.S. in Business Administration from The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where she majored in Marketing and minored in Psychology.
Ms. Spector received her Juris Doctorate Degree from Southern Illinois University School of Law in Carbondale, Illinois, where she was an active member of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity, as well as the student division of the American Bar Association.
After law school, Ms. Spector went on to receive a Master's of Business Administration Degree from the Southern Illinois University Graduate School in Carbondale, Illinois. Ms. Campbell worked as a Graduate Assistant with the Southern Illinois University Center for Innovation and completed coursework to become a Certified Small Business Consultant. In 2010, Ms. Spector received the Asthagiri Chandra Sekaran Award and was named the Most Outstanding Woman M.B.A. Graduating Student for the 2010 graduating class.
Since graduating from law and business schools, Ms. Campbell has represented clients in the St. Louis and Metro East areas in a variety of civil litigation settings, including family law, for almost three years prior to forming Hicks & Spector, L.L.C. with her colleague, Kelly Garrett-Hicks. Ms. Spector is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, The Missouri Bar and the St. Clair County Bar Association.
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
|Senior Attorney, Stange Law Firm, P.C.|
|Attorney, Blake Law Group, P.C.|
|Southern Illinois University - Carbondale||MBA|
|Honors: 2010 recipient of the Asthagiri Chandra Sekaran Award for Most Outstanding Woman MBA Graduating Student|
|Southern Illinois University - Carbondale||J.D.|
|University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign||B.S.||Marketing|
|Member||American Bar Association||2013-Current|
|Member||The Missouri Bar||2010-Current|
|Member||St. Clair County Bar Association||2010-Current|
|Member||Illinois State Bar Association||2005-Current|
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- This Year: 139th
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Q: Does IL child support amount change when payor has new additional dependents.
A: The short answer is that it may, but it is hard to say. Unfortunately, you have not provided enough information for me to answer your question with any certainty. Your best option would be to contact an attorney in your area, discuss your finances and the details of your situation and someone might be better able to answer your questions.
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