Southern Illinois University Carbondale School of Law, J.D. 2002
Truman State University, B.A. 1999
U.S. District Court Southern District of Illinois
U. S. District Court Central District of Illinois
U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois
U.S. District Court Eastern District of Missouri
Professional Associations and Memberships
Illinois State Bar Association
Missouri State Bar Association
Madison County Bar Association
Illinois Creditor’s Bar Association
Sandra J. Tatoian
T: 618-656-5150, 800-782-8492
Sandy Tatoian has been practicing law in the Metro East since 2002. In March 2019, she joined Goldenberg, Heller & Antognoli, P.C. where she practices in the areas of banking, creditor’s rights, commercial litigation, real estate and probate litigation.
As an undergraduate at Truman State University, Sandy was on track to start a career in criminal law with a goal of becoming a prosecuting attorney. It was during law school at Southern Illinois University Carbondale School of Law that her focus changed to commercial law and real estate.
Serving the community where she lives and works is as important to her as representing her clients. Originally from St. Louis City, Sandy moved to Glen Carbon in 1990 and resides there to this day with her husband and three children. Sandy has developed deep roots in the Glen Carbon and Edwardsville area, and currently serves on the board of directors and as secretary for the Edwardsville Arts Center. While on the board, she curated an art exhibit for the legal community with works from local attorneys and judges. Other affiliations include her past service with the Edwardsville Business & Professional Women club as well as the Edwardsville Junior Service club.
Sandy has lectured for various organizations on topics including mortgage foreclosures, creditor’s rights, Illinois mechanics liens and adult guardianships. Sandy was also a presenter at the 2019 ISBA Allerton Conference.
When she is not at work or out supporting her community, you will find Sandy wildly cheering on her children at their sporting events.