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Peggy L. Podell, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Family Law. Member of Podell & Podell.

Background

Podell, Peggy L. was born on November 20, 1948 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States.

Education

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, 1983). Marquette University (Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1986). Member, 1984-1986 and Executive Editor, 1985-1986, Marquette University Law Review.

Career

Worked at Podell & Podell (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) specializing in Family Law. Admitted to the bar, 1986, Wisconsin, United States. District Court, Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin and United States.

Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit. Member, 1984-1986 and Executive Editor, 1985-1986, Marquette University Law Review. Author: "Enhanced Value of a Closely Held Corporation at the Time of Divorce: What Role Will Wisconsin's Marital Property Act Play?" 69 Marquette Law Review, 82, 1985.

"The Effectiveness of Marital Agreements at the Time of Divorce: The Wisconsin Approach," 14 Community Property Journal, 1986. "The Impact of UMPA: A Review of the First Year," Family Law Reporter, 1987. Student Intern for Justice Roland R. Day, Wisconsin Supreme Court, 1985-1986.

Member: Milwaukee (Member, Sections on: Family Law. Real Property, Probate and Trust Law) and American (Member: Family Law Section Council, 1994-1996. Financial Officer, 1996-1997.

Standing Committee on Professional Utilization and Career Development, 1984-1989. Chair, Family Law Section. Committee on Marital Property, 1992-1994.

Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Member, Marital Property Committee Section) Bar Associations. State Bar of Wisconsin (Reporter for Special Committee on Marital Property, 1987-1989. Chair, 1989-1992; Member, Section on Family Law.

Chair, 1997-1998; Member of Council, 1989-1994. Real Property, Probate and Trust Law).

Works

  • Other Work

    • "Enhanced Value of a Closely Held Corporation at the Time of Divorce: What Role Will Wisconsin’s Marital Property Act Play?” 69 Marquette Law Review, 82, 1985. The Effectiveness of Marital Agreements at the Time of Divorce: The Wisconsin Approach," 14 Community Property Journal, 1986. The Impact of UMPA: A Review of the First Year," Family Law Reporter, 1987.

      Student Intern for Justice Roland R. Day, Wisconsin Supreme Court, 1985-1986. Student Liaison to State Bar of Wisconsin, Section of Real Property, Probate and Trust Law, 1985-1986.

Membership

Milwaukee (Member, Sections on: Family Law. Real Property, Probate and Trust Law) and American (Member: Standing Committee on Professional Utilization and Career Development, 1984-1989. Committee on Marital Property.

Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section. Family Law Section) Bar Associations. State Bar of Wisconsin (Reporter for Special Committee on Marital Property, 1987-1989.

Chair, since 1989; Member, Section on Family Law. Member of Council, since 1989. Real Property, Probate and Trust Law).