Mr. Quatrino brings an aggressive approach to defending his clients and has sharpened his skills in the courtroom by conducting numerous motions, hearings, and trials.
This approach has brought Mr. Quatrino much success and has led to him being honored with the following awards in 2017-2018:
- 10 Best Criminal Law Attorneys in Illinois
- National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40 Criminal Defense Attorneys
- National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys Top 10 Under 40
- Attorneys & Practice Magazine’s Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorney in Illinois
- America’s Top 100 Criminal Defense Attorneys
Mr. Quatrino grew up in the western suburbs and graduated from St. Viator High School in Arlington Heights. He went on to attend Beloit College in Wisconsin, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. While at Beloit College, Mr. Quatrino was a four-year letter winner on the football team, where he was also named to the All-Conference Team as a defensive back.
Mr. Quatrino attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. He graduated Cum Laude after being ranked in the top 9% of his graduating class. While attending Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Mr. Quatrino participated in numerous Intramurals, was an active member of Moot Court, earned a Certificate of Merit, and was a member of the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review. Prior to attending Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Mr Quatrino taught English as Second Language for the City of Colleges of Chicago.
Mr. Quatrino is a member of the McHenry, Lake, Illinois State, and American Bar Associations. He resides in Pingree Grove, IL.
Representing Clients in the following counties:
Boone, Cook, DeKalb, Dupage, Kane, Lake, McHenry, Ogle, Will, and Winnebago Counties.
- Criminal Defense
- Felony Defense
- Traffic Court
- DUI Defense
- Driving without a Valid Driver’s License
- Driving While License Revoked or Suspended
- Real Estate Law
- Real Estate Acquisitions
- Buyer Closings
- Real Estate Dispositions
- Seller Closings
- Title Agent
Divorce & Family Law
- Parenting Allocation (Formerly referred to as “Child Custody”)
- Parenting Time (Formerly referred to as “Visitation”)
- Child Support (Now governed under the “Income Sharing” model as of July 2017)
- Maintenance (Formerly referred to as “Alimony”)
- Health Insurance Coverage
- Uncovered Medical Expenses & Childcare/Daycare Costs
- Domestic Violence
- Orders of Protection
- Property Disbursement
- Financial Settlements & Awards
- Retirement Account & 401K Disbursement