Naseem Hosseini graduated Cum Laude from DePaul University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Ms. Hosseini went on to receive her law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law with a certificate in Criminal Litigation where she maintained herself on the Dean’s list for four consecutive semesters.
Ms. Hosseini began her legal career as an intern at the Cook County Public Guardian's Office in Chicago working with children involved in divorce and custody proceedings as their advocate. Thereafter, Ms. Hosseini volunteered at the Domestic Violence Courthouse located at 555 W. Harrison helping litigants with Orders of Protection and Stalking/No Contact Orders.
Before joining Fred A. Joshua, P.C., Ms. Hosseini worked at a mid-sized family law firm in Chicago as a law clerk where she gained experience working with complex divorces and parentage cases. Although not a stranger to the courtroom, Ms. Hosseini strongly believes that even the toughest divorce cases are best resolved by the parties through amicable settlement negotiations that preserve the integrity of the family through this difficult process
Ms. Hosseini is a versatile attorney who provides her clients with a wide range of legal options for resolving their disputes. She possesses the skills required to provide the right means of solving the issues presented for each unique case whether it involves artful negotiation, mediation, a contested evidentiary hearing or trial.
Since joining Fred A. Joshua, P.C. in 2019, , Ms. Hosseini has concentrated her practice in the areas of complex Family and Matrimonial Law including: divorce, allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly known as custody), parenting time (formerly known as visitation) child and spousal support, property distribution, and prenuptial/postnuptial agreements.