Kate Curler is the principal attorney at the Law Office of Kate Curler, a Chicago... more
Kate Curler is the principal attorney at the Law Office of Kate Curler, a Chicago law firm offering personalized, reasonably-priced legal services to seniors, the disabled and their families. Spurred on by her personal experience advocating for her parents in hospitals, rehab centers, nursing homes and with insurance companies, Kate realized there was a huge need for an attorney who goes... view profile
I am an avid Doctor Who fan, so I am giving a shout out to all those who love his... more
I am an avid Doctor Who fan, so I am giving a shout out to all those who love his many transmutations! I also like to write poetry, so send me some of yours when you get a chance...I will read it, if I like, with due attribution to the author, during one of my telephonic shout outs, on the holidays. If you want to get on my shout out list...leave your phone number and your email. Send to d-ains... view profile
The Principal of Otis Law Group, Ltd., Donna L. Otis (fka Donna L. Moore), is... more
The Principal of Otis Law Group, Ltd., Donna L. Otis (fka Donna L. Moore), is recognized for her knowledge of elder law, estate planning, administration, and probate (including decedent's estates and guardianships)matters. She is a speaker on legal topicsdirectly affectingminority communities, including the needfor planning fordisability and death.
Brandon Peck practices in the areas of trust litigation, probate litigation,... more
Brandon Peck practices in the areas of trust litigation, probate litigation, fiduciary defense litigation, elder law, and estate administration, with an emphasis on contested trusts and estates. He represents individuals, families, financial institutions, and medical institutions. Brandon graduated from the University of Illinois in 2006, receiving a Bachelor's degree in Political Science... view profile
"I find practicing in the area of elder law and working closely with families truly... more
"I find practicing in the area of elder law and working closely with families truly rewarding. It is an area of the law that is relatable and has or will affect all of us at some point during our lives."
I have been practicing in the area of estate planning, probate, and elder law for... more
I have been practicing in the area of estate planning, probate, and elder law for more than 35 years and as a result, I have a wealth of experience that allows me to skillfully navigate through a diverse assortment of legal matters. I am certified by the National Elder Law Foundation as an elder law attorney, and have held this certification since 1995
Peter S. Coorlas concentrates in probate litigation. Peter was an Assistant State's... more
Peter S. Coorlas concentrates in probate litigation. Peter was an Assistant State's Attorney for Cook County, Illinois, for 30 years, serving in the Special Litigation and Municipal Litigation Sections of the Civil Actions Bureau. Although Peter served in various areas while at the State's Attorneys Office, he has primarily represented the interests of Cook County in probate matters where... view profile
Timothy J. Ritchey practices in the areas of estate and guardianship administration,... more
Timothy J. Ritchey practices in the areas of estate and guardianship administration, probate and trust litigation, real estate litigation, and estate planning. Over 90% of Tim's practice is dedicated to litigation, with an emphasis on contested probate litigation. He represents individuals, families, financial institutions, medical institutions and governmental organizations in cases br... view profile
For the past thirty years of my career I have worked as a trial lawyer in the courts... more
For the past thirty years of my career I have worked as a trial lawyer in the courts of Chicago and the surrounding counties. As a Chicago native, my goal is to help families plan and care for thier loved ones. Sometimes in life we are presented with legal challenges at difficult emotional times. As a Estate and Trust attorney, it is my role to support my clients with legal guidance and ... view profile
When a person is too young to make decisions or is incapacitated and can no longer care for their own interests, guardian law allows the court to appoint someone to make legal and welfare decisions for them. A legal guardian may be appointed as a limited decision-maker or an all-purpose decision-maker. For example, children whose parents are divorcing often have limited legal guardians help decide custody issues. Nursing home residents may need a general legal guardian to make all their welfare decisions for them. Guardianship lawyers advise you about the appropriate legal guardianship for your particular circumstances. They also help with guardianship forms and other legal paperwork, and represent the guardian once one is appointed.
Guardianship Law Attorneys in cities near Chicago, IL