Melissa N. Turk

Melissa N. Turk

MELISSA (Missy) N. TURK is an associate in the Trusts and Estates and Litigation Groups and focuses her practice on estate planning, estate and trust administration and estate litigation. Prior to joining HMB, Missy practiced family law representing clients in divorce and custody proceedings, as well as in surrogacy matters.

Missy received her J.D. from Loyola University School of Law with certificates in Advocacy and Child and Family Law. While in law school, Missy was able to hone her litigation skills using her 711-license with the Cook County State's Attorney's Office. She participated in Loyola's Moot Court Program as a team captain of the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Team and served as Vice President of Loyola's Public Interest Law Society. Missy was the recipient of the Judge Thomas Mulroy Award for highest level of excellence in the field of Evidence and a recipient of the Loyola Leadership, Service and Public Interest Recognition Award.

In her free time, Missy enjoys running, Pure Barre, remaining active at her alma mater and contributing in the Chicago non-profit community. Missy is a teaching assistant to William X. Elward in the areas of Evidence and Advanced Evidence at Loyola University School of Law. Additionally, she serves on the Associate Board for Court Appointed Special Advocates, an organization that advocates for abused and neglected children in the legal system.


  • Chicago Bar Association, Member
  • Court Appointed Special Advocates, Associate Board Member


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  • Banking
  • Financial Services
  • Not-For-Profit Organizations





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            • Loyola University School of Law, J.D.
            • Loyola University Chicago, B.A. Psychology and Human Services , cum laude

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