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The Foray Firm

Gina L. Colaluca

will county family law attorney

QuotesWith family law, the goal is not to “win” a case, but to reach an appropriate resolution that best suits all involved parties’ best interests. In nearly every case, this involves compromises from all sides and a willingness to be flexible and for each party to separate his or her emotions about the situation from its realities.

- Gina L. Colaluca

Gina L. Colaluca focuses her practice in Family Law, Domestic Violence, and Civil Appeals. Gina has extensive experience managing both contested and uncontested divorces, custody disputes, child support matters, cases involving domestic violence, and civil appeals. Recently, Gina successfully argued an appeal on an attorney fee issue at the Illinois Supreme Court.

Gina’s passion for family law began in law school, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois. During law school, Gina served as a Lead Articles Editor on The John Marshall Law Review Editorial Board and also obtained CALI awards for Criminal Law and Children and the Legal System for the highest grade in these classes. During law school, Gina gained valuable experience as a law clerk for a boutique family law firm, an intern for the Department of Children and Family Services, and an intern for the Domestic Relations Division of the Office of the Public Guardian. Prior to beginning her legal career, Gina attended Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, where she graduated with Highest Distinction. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English, and obtained minors in Psychology, Music, and Political Science.


  • Purdue University, B.A., 2009.
  • John Marshall Law School, J.D., 2012

Bar Admissions

  • Illinois, 2012


  • Illinois State Bar Association, 2012
  • Women’s Bar Association of Illinois, 2017
BBA Of Will County Illinois State Bar Association Cook County Bar Association The National Bar Association BWLA
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