DEDICATED TO YOU
Mallory A. Moreno joined DeLaney DeLaney & Voorn, Ltd. as an associate attorney in 2013. Prior to that time, Mallory worked as a law clerk at DeLaney DeLaney & Voorn, Ltd. Mallory now devotes her legal practice to Elder Law where she is a tenacious advocate for elders and people with disabilities. She focuses her practice on the prevention and civil prosecution of financial exploitation, and has successfully litigated cases in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Probate Division. Ms. Moreno also focuses her practice on adult guardianships, estate administration, trust administration and litigation, long-term care planning, Medicaid, and Medicaid appeals.
DEDICATED TO THE JOB
Ms. Moreno is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association and National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys – Illinois Chapter. She is a recent panelist on the DePaul University College of Law Elder Law Career Panel. She also currently serves as a Board Member and Vice Chair of W.A.L.L.S., Inc., a non-profit sheltered workshop for adults with disabilities.
DEDICATED TO SUCCESS
Ms. Moreno graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in English/Creative Writing and Political Science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and earned her J.D. from DePaul University College of Law, also earning her family law certificate. While a student at DePaul University College of Law, Ms. Moreno served on the Student Advisory Board of the Schiller, DuCanto, & Fleck Child and Family Law Center, interned at the Center for Disability and Elder Law, and externed for the Honorable Judge Kathleen Kennedy of the Circuit Court of Cook County. Ms. Moreno devotes her career to advocating for those individuals who cannot speak for themselves and feels strongly about protections for the most vulnerable members of our population. Although a native of Indiana, she now resides in Mount Prospect with her husband, Dave, and dog, JoJo.
Distinguished Lawyer Designation from the Expert Network©, conferred upon the Top 3% of Lawyers in the U.S.
2017 Emerging Lawyer© in the practice areas of Elder Law and Trust, Will & Estate Planning Law, earned by fewer than 2% of all lawyers licensed to practice in Illinois who have proven themselves professional, ethical and experienced at an early point in their career.