Bruce Booker, Esq.
- Family Law
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements
- Spousal Support
- Southern Illinois University School of Law, Carbondale, Illinois
- Juris Doctorate – 1988
- Southern Illinois University , Carbondale
- Bachelor of Arts – 1984
Bruce Booker, Esq.
Senior Associate Attorney
Having hope is one of the most important mindsets an individual needs when facing a divorce or any other family law matter. Working with a knowledgeable family law attorney can help provide peace of mind during this difficult time. Bruce Booker is a Senior Associate Attorney with Stange Law Firm, PC, and he understands the emotional toll these types of matters can take on an individual. He can represent clients from the firm’s Sangamon County office in Springfield, Illinois.
Bruce joins Stange Law Firm, PC with over 30 years of legal experience. He graduated from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1984. He then remained at the University to pursue his law education, earning his Juris Doctorate in 1988.
Bruce has spent the past 29 years working as an attorney and a Senior Partner, litigating civil cases, worker’s compensation, criminal, and family law cases. He also served as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Illinois from 1988-1991, where he personally handled hundreds of child support enforcement and paternity matters. Bruce is licensed to practice in Illinois and Missouri.
When he is not practicing law, Bruce enjoys learning about new topics such as public relations and do-it-yourself projects.
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