Law Office of Nina R. Gougis



Experience. Respect. Results.


If you’re facing mounting medical bills, debt, wage garnishments, creditor harassment, or a possible foreclosure, bankruptcy may be the solution for you. We are able walk you through the bankruptcy process and give you advice on how to best protect your house, car, wages, and other assets.

Give us a call or book a free consultation online today.

Family Law

Divorce, property division, and child matters can be some of the most difficult and complex matters that you ever have to deal with. We will work with you to establish your goals and reach the best possible outcome.

Give us a call today and see how we can help you or book a free consultation online.

Employment and Labor Law

Whether you are a business owner, employer, or employee, we can assist you in a wide variety of employment and labor law matters, including the following:

•Sexual Harassment

•Employment Contracts

•Wages and Overtime Pay

•Employment Discrimination

•Wrongful Termination

•Give us a call or book a consultation online today.

Education/School Law

Whether you are a school administrator, employee, or student, we are able to assist you with a wide variety of school and education law issues, including the following:

•Bullying and Harassment

•Request for special education services (IEP’s and 504 Plans)

•Student suspension or expulsion

•Employment and labor disputes

•Unlawful restriction of First Amendment rights





  • Address
    411 Hamilton Blvd., Suite 1928, Peoria, IL 61602
  • Phone
  • E-mail
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  • Category
    Attorneys / Lawyers, Bankruptcy, Chapter 11, Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Divorce & Family Law Litigation, Education Law
  • Location
    Illinois, Peoria County (IL), Tazewell County (IL), Woodford County (IL)


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