Meet Attorney Tamara MeisterTamara Meister

From the experiences of friends and family, I know divorce can be an involved process and a difficult time for everyone involved. My aim is to be a strong advocate for those who need a voice within the context of divorce proceedings. I share Susan and Kelly's dedication to our clients, and share their passion in helping individuals deal with the financial and emotional effects of divorce. I also share their policy of working toward minimizing roadblocks, and aggressively and thoroughly advocating our clients' positions in the courtroom.

Prior to joining the firm, I worked for a large Chicago firm in civil litigation, for an international corporation in transactional and real estate issues, and as an assistant state's attorney in Tazewell County, where I prosecuted misdemeanors. I strive each day to provide representation which is efficient, effective and compassionate.


Tamara (Frow) Meister graduated from Illinois Wesleyan University in 2006. She received her Juris Doctor from The John Marshall Law School in 2012, graduating in the top 25 percent of her class. At law school, she served as a teaching assistant and research assistant to Professor Rogelio Lasso.

Honors And Awards

  • Illinois Wesleyan University Faculty Academic Scholarship Recipient (2003)
  • The John Marshall Law School Herzog Scholarship Recipient (2006)
  • Multiple CALI Award Recipient at the John Marshall Law School


Tamara was born and raised in Morton, Illinois, and attended Peoria Notre Dame High School. Tamara and her husband relocated to Central Illinois in 2012.

Professional Associations And Memberships

  • Women's Bar Association of Illinois
  • American Bar Association
  • Tazewell and Peoria County Bar Association
  • Illinois State Bar Association

Philanthropic Activities

  • Crittenton Centers Festival of Trees, Committee Member
  • Miss Morton Scholarship Pageant, Committee Member