Candace Meyers is a natural born advocate whose overarching goal is to guide her clients through what is oftentimes the most challenging experience of their lives. As far back as she can remember, Candace has always had a passion, and a calling to protect those who were unable to defend themselves. She believes that innate drive is at the core of why she chose to be a family law attorney as her professional career path.
Candace expertly handles a variety of family law cases, including complex parenting rights and responsibility disputes, tracing assets and advocating for clients through negotiation, mediation and cooperation. She is intently focused on empowering her clients through educating them on the divorce process through solid counsel, in order to obtain the most favorable results for them. She is admired by her peers for her knowledge, integrity and sense of humor. In recognition of her talents, she was made partner at Boyle Feinberg in 2014.
Candace is an associate board member of the Anti-Defamation League, participating in the Glass Leadership Institute and serving as one of the co-chairs for the ADL Outreach Network. She has been an avid fundraiser for cancer awareness and prevention organizations, including participating in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer and serving as team captain for American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
Candace and her husband are the parents of two young boys, and lives in the northern Chicago suburbs.
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Areas of Practice
Child Support Litigation
Parental Rights and Responsibilities
Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio J.D. – 2004
Honors: Secretary, Student Bar Association
Indiana University, B.A. – 1999
Major: Political Science
Kelly School of Business Certificate – 1998
Honors: Vice President, Panhellenic Association
Lawyers Connecting North Shore, “The New Reality for Those Divorcing” (February 2016)
Chicago Bar Association, “What to Do When You Get the Divorce Phone Call” (April 2014)
Chicago Bar Association, Top 10 – “What Divorce Lawyers Need to Know” (February 2015)
Chicago Bar Association, “The Intersection between Social Security Benefits and Divorce” (November 2016)
IICLE Divorce Boot Camp, “Maintenance Awards Under the New IMDMA” (April 2017)
Professional Associations and Memberships
Anti-Defamation League, Associate Board, Glass Leadership participant
Chicago Bar Association, Chair of the Domestic Relations Committee 2014-2015
Illinois State Bar Association
Decalogue Society of Lawyers, Member of the Judicial Evaluation Committee
Lawyers Connecting Northshore, Lawyers Connecting Chicago Loop
SHALVA 2017 Luncheon Host Committee Member
MECC – Parent Teacher Association, room parent 2014 – present