Frank has tried jury and non-jury cases, in both civil and chancery courts, and he... more
Frank has tried jury and non-jury cases, in both civil and chancery courts, and he has authored briefs and presented oral arguments in numerous cases in the Appellate Courts of Illinois. His trial practice in recent years has been primarily in the chancery courts where he has successfully defended debtors in mortgage foreclosure cases, prosecuted and defended temporary and permanent injunction ... view profile
Experienced and Persuasive Trial Attorney with an exceptional and proven record of... more
Experienced and Persuasive Trial Attorney with an exceptional and proven record of performance in planning, preparing and managing Criminal Defense, Real Estate Law, and Civil Litigation cases. Combines expert analytical, organizational, client relations, negotiation and courtroom litigation skills to deliver superior results for clients. Specialties - Contract Analysis Negotiation - Oral Ar... view profile
A written will lets you decide what happens to your money and property after you die, while a living will lets you decide whether or not you wish to be placed on a medical life support system if you become disabled or incapacitated. Wills attorneys and living wills attorneys know all of the language that must be included in your will documents so that things happen the way you want. Because it's impossible for anyone to explain a will after his or her death, it is very important that the will meets all legal requirements. A wills attorney will ensure it does.