Alan Wittig graduated from Western Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science in Law Enforcement Administration and later from Southern Illinois University of Law. In his final year of law school, he was a visiting student at the University of Illinois School of Law. During his second and third years at law school, Wittig interned with the Champaign County State’s Attorney’s Office, eventually rising to the position of Assistant State’s Attorney. Initially tasked with prosecuting criminal cases, he was later reassigned to the Child Support Division. During his tenure there, he successfully argued a landmark case in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, setting a precedent in the interpretation of child support calculation laws. Subsequently, Wittig joined the Illinois Attorney General’s Office, focusing on establishing child support, paternity, and enforcement of child support orders. Seeking a change for his family, Wittig relocated to Arizona, where he joined the Pinal County Attorney’s Office’s Child Support Division. He has been an active participant in his community, serving as Vice Chairman of the San Tan Valley Chamber of Commerce and the San Tan Valley Substance Abuse Coalition, as well as Secretary of Pan Da Vida. Wittig’s contributions have been recognized through several awards, including the Family Law Assistance Program (Maricopa County) Volunteer of the Month, a Special Recognition Award, being named one of the Top 50 Pro-Bono Attorneys in Arizona, and receiving accolades from the Tribune Newspaper—Tribune in Education. His personal interests include woodworking, writing, and reading.