|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||2005||08/15/2017|
|Associate||Sreenan & Cain, P.C.||2010 - Present|
|Assistant Public Defender||Winnebago County Office of the Public Defender||2006 - 2010|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Illinois State Bar Association||N/A||2010 - Present|
|Winnebago County Bar Association||N/A||2010 - Present|
|Case Western Reserve University||Law||Juris Doctor||2005|
|Case Western Reserve University||Social Work||Master of Science in Social Administration||2002|
|Indiana University, Indianapolis||Social Work||Bachelor of Social Work||2001|
Posted by Jon
I engaged Mrs. Walker to represent me in a denial of visitation case. She was able to not only get my my visitation back, but she was also able to go from reasonable to seasonable visitation to set visits with holidays, which I did not have before. She always kept me informed of how the case was proceeding. She always got back to me in a very timely fashion, more so then I could ever expected. She never sugar coated anything and was entirely up front. And she never afraid to tell me what she though. Mrs. Walker was willing to file a motion if I asked even if she said that it might not go through, but I followed her advice in every step. I will continue to retain Mrs. Walker in hopes I never have to use her services again, and if I do, I know I am in very good hands. Thank you Mrs. Tamika Walker. A Job very well done!!!
Posted by anonymous
Tamika was fair and handled my case quickly. She kept me informed and made sure I was given all my fair rights. would recommend her for custody case.
Christopher Haaff, Divorce and separation Attorney
Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter
I first met Tamika Walker in a child custody case where I represented the father. The mother had significant problems, lost custody of the child, and stood little or no chance of the child returning to her. Then Tamika started representing the mother, and made sure the mother knew the consequences, legal and otherwise, of her bad decisions. Had the case gone to trial without Tamika, the mother would have limited contact with her child. Tamika's efforts resulted in the child returning to the mother, even though the father had a very strong case to keep the child. Another good part of this case was Tamika's professionalism. When the case ended, the judge stated from the bench that she was very impressed with how professional and civil Tamika and I had been during hotly contested child custody proceedings. Since then I have referred cases and clients to Tamika, and will continue to do so. She is great in court and does what is best for people she represents.