This acquisition provides the opportunity to expand and strengthen the unique vision to how divorce law should and can be practiced in Illinois

CHICAGO, IL, August 30, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Foray Firm, Inc., a boutique family law firm, announced today that it has acquired NuVorce, LLC, a divorce and family law firm and all of its business operations, customer contracts and staff. NuVorce will relocate all staff and client relations personnel to The Foray Firm’s office, and operate under The Foray Firm brand.

Attorney Masah S. SamForay, founder of The Foray Firm, has spent over 10 years protecting the interests of families in the Chicago area. Being a divorcee and working mother herself, SamForay understands what it means to fight for a family during a difficult divorce. Because of her experiences, she can represent her clients’ interests with passion and empathy and provide them with the assistance they need.

SamForay is an expert in all matters related to family law, including:

*Child Support
*Custody or the Allocation of Parental Responsibilities
*Visitation or Parenting Time
*Domestic Violence and Orders of Protection

Masah S. SamForay states that “At The Foray Firm we are strong advocates, caring for and protecting both the finances and children’s best interest during the most trying time for parents. Acquiring NuVorce combines the strong representation that The Foray Firm is known for with the innovative approach that NuVorce offers.”

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Attorney Masah S. SamForay founded The Foray Firm to preserve the dignity of families in transition. She has been recognized as one of The National Black Lawyers—Top 100. She is the co-founder and current board member of the Black Bar Association of Will County. She is a current board member of the Black Women Lawyers’ Association of Greater Chicago, Inc. She is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association where she holds appointments to the Family Law Section Counsel, Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the Law Committee and the Human Rights Section Council. Outside of her law practice, she believes in giving back to the community and holds multiple appointments for organizations with a focus on women, children and underserved populations.

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