PRACTICE AREAS

Our firm practices in a wide variety of practice areas. In addition to an active and diverse litigation practice in both State and Federal Courts, we practice in several areas of the law that are more specialized. We represent individual clients from all walks of life and assist them with their legal needs in areas ranging from bankruptcy or debt assistance to business advice and acquisition or disposition of substantial assets. We employ the latest technology in estate planning enabling us to produce high quality documents that meet our clients needs and make it easy for us to make sure our clients' estate planning is kept up to date. We have an extensive Municipal Law practice which includes the City of Sycamore, the DeKalb Sanitary District, several  Villages (Shabbona, Waterman, Lee, Malta, Kingston, Maple Park), the Town of Cortland and various townships and other special districts in the area. We provide mediation services headed by a former presiding judge of the local Circuit Court. We have provided legal services to many business and business entities engaged in various types of business (farming, real estate management, trucking, retail enterprises, professional services including Physicians, Dentists, Veterinarians, Psychologists, Counselors, etc. We have always provided services in the area of Family Law and have been involved in complex matters including division of assets, child custody, elder law, domestic violence and divorce. Our real estate practice includes residential, commercial, industrial and farm property representing both buyers and sellers in sometimes complicated and complex matters involving Section 1031 Exchanges, apartment complexes, environmentally challenged property, and the subdivision of and zoning of real estate. We invite you to visit any of our Practice Area pages (click on left) for more in-depth information.


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