At Tiesenga & DeBoer LLP, we have over 100 years of combined experience in multiple complex practice areas, including corporate and business law, estate planning, probate and trust administration, commercial litigation, commercial real estate, and tax law. Our attorneys put their experience to work to deliver skilled legal guidance and representation to individuals and businesses in the Chicago area. We understand that legal issues often arise unexpectedly, so we strive to remain available to our clients when they need us most. Our emphasis on responsiveness helps set us apart and allows us to deliver practical and timely solutions to our clients.
Our business law practice encompasses a broad range of legal matters for businesses, family-owned businesses, and corporations. Our attorneys can assist with every phase of business operations, from business formation to contract drafting and review to business disputes and dissolutions. Our experience in commercial litigation can help resolve disputes either inside or outside of the courtroom. We also work with numerous industrial and agricultural businesses, and we have in-depth knowledge of the common legal issues companies face in these industries and what it takes to overcome those challenges.
If you need experienced guidance on all matters related to estate planning and administration or corporate law or business law in Illinois, contact our office today at 630-645-9881 for a consultation. Tiesenga & DeBoer LLP provides skilled counsel, advice and legal representation for clients in Oak Brook, Chicago, DuPage County, Cook County, Will County, Lake County, Kane County, Kendall County, Grundy County, and surrounding Illinois communities.
A good estate plan helps ensure that your final wishes will be carried out. In our estate planning practice we help our clients plan for what will happen to their assets, their families, and their businesses in the event of their death by creating individualized plans that honor their unique goals. For some, this can be accomplished with a basic will or trust, but other concerns such as estate tax exposure, providing for loved ones with disabilities, and business succession may require more advanced planning. We assist clients with estates of all levels of complexity. Our attorneys work closely with each client to thoroughly assess their needs and put together a customized plan that effectively accomplishes their goals.
Oftentimes, executors, administrators, trustees, and personal representatives have no prior experience with probate or trust administration. Our experienced attorneys can help guide you through the process of probate or trust administration, including preparing and filing all the necessary documents, ensuring compliance with the provisions of a trust, effectively dealing with probate court proceedings such as will contests, statutory custodial claims, and other legal issues that may arise.