“The Experience You Require and the Compassion You Appreciate” is more than just a tagline for us. We deal with sensitive family situations every day, and our core values help us stay focused on these important issues as we help you protect what matters for your family.
From our free educational and community programs to our legal team who helps families advocate through the long-term care maze, we want families to feel comfortable asking their questions and getting the solutions they need.
Our client’s time is just as important as our own. For that reason, the initial appointment is with the attorney who develops legal strategy, and often the paralegal who will assist in implementing that strategy. Throughout this personalized process, our focus remains on the client rather than any cookie-cutter products.
We seek to collaborate with referral sources and community providers to implement the desired outcome for our clients. We advocate, and sometimes litigate, our client’s position when it comes to the best care, the best plan or the best strategy to reach our client’s goals.
Our team is made up of family and those who have become our family. We aim to treat your family like our own as we guide you through the areas of estate planning and elder law.
Our boutique law firm is comprised of experienced attorneys who focus in these practice areas every day. Each attorney seeks to obtain the Certified Elder Law Attorney designation and all attorneys and paralegals continually improve their education with a rigorous 16-month training program for new hires as well as weekly educational training seminars for all legal staff.
Contact a certified elder law attorney(*), such as Linda Strohschein and her team at Strohschein Law Group, for assistance with creating an estate plan that meets your unique needs. To set up an appointment, contact Strohschein Law Group at 630-377-3241.
This information provided by Strohschein Law Group is general in nature and is not intended to be legal advice, nor does it constitute a legal relationship. Please consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.
(*) The Supreme Court of Illinois does not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and the CELA designation is not a requirement to practice law in Illinois.