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Revocable & Irrevocable Trusts Lawyers in Chicago, Illinois

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Adam S. Garber

Lawyer Adam S. Garber licensed to practice in Illinois since 2007
Office: 312-899-7214, 227 W Monroe St, Suite 4400, Chicago, IL 60606
Web site: www.mwe.com
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning

Alan M. Berry

Lawyer Alan M. Berry licensed to practice in Illinois since 1970
Office: (312)902-5200, 525 West Monroe Street, Chicago, IL 60661
Web site: www.kattenlaw.com/People/Detail.aspx?attorney=486
PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Law, Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning

Alan P. Miller

Lawyer Alan P. Miller licensed to practice in Illinois since 1965
Office: 312-332-2840, 70 W. Madison Suite 1400, Chicago, IL 60602
Web site: www.kieslerberman.com/profiles/apm.html
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning, Litigation

Alan F. Segal

Lawyer Alan F. Segal licensed to practice in Illinois since 1970
Office: 312-444-1700, 29 South La Salle Street Suite 334, Chicago, IL 60603
Web site: www.alansegaltaxlaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Tax Law, Business Law, Labor & Employment Law, Trusts & Estate Planning, Litigation

Alice S. Lonoff

Lawyer Alice S. Lonoff licensed to practice in Illinois since 1985
Office: 70 West Madison Street, Suite 3100, Chicago, IL 60602
Web site: www.bellboyd.com/professionals.php?page=att&AttorneyID=161
PRACTICE AREA: Trusts & Estate Planning

Amy L. Koenig

Lawyer Amy L. Koenig licensed to practice in Illinois since 1987
Office: 333 West Wacker Drive, Chicago, IL 60606
Web site: www.bfkpn.com/biographies/bio.php?b=42
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning

Angelo F. Tiesi

Lawyer Angelo F. Tiesi licensed to practice in Illinois since 1987
Office: 200 East Randolph Drive, Chicago, IL 60601
Web site: www.kirkland.com/ourFirm/lawyerBio.aspx?InfiniumH4ID=11250&employeeH4ID=32528&attorneyH4ID=10970
PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Law, Tax Law, Trusts & Estate Planning

Barry B. Kreisler

Lawyer Barry B. Kreisler licensed to practice in Illinois since 1970
Office: 773-394-6400, Law 0ffices Of Barry Kreiscer, Chicago, IL 60647
Web site: www.kreislerlaw.com
PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate Law, Landlord & Tenant Law, Contracts, Wills & Probate, Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning, Litigation

Barry P. Siegal

Lawyer Barry P. Siegal licensed to practice in Illinois since 1969
Office: 312-377-7860, 55 W. Monroe, Chicago, IL 60603
Web site: www.stahlcowen.com
PRACTICE AREA: Trusts & Estate Planning

Bonnie B. Bijak

Lawyer Bonnie B. Bijak licensed to practice in Illinois since 1987
Office: 70 West Madison Suite 4200, Chicago, IL 60602
Office: 54 North Ottawa Street Suite 210, Joliet, IL 60432
Web site: kanedoy.com
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Trusts & Estate Planning, Litigation
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