Chicagoland Real Estate Attorneys

Whether you’re buying your first home, selling under financial pressure, or investing in a Chicago high-rise, real estate transactions involve complex financials proceedings. Purchasing Real Estate is typically the largest financial investment most people will make. Click here for more…

Cook and Will County Personal Bankruptcy Attorneys

Life is full of new beginnings, and bankruptcy is simply one of them. Residents of Cook and Will Counties struggling with debt can often eliminate or significantly reduce their debt by filing for bankruptcy. It’s important to remember, however, that bankruptcy isn’t for everyone, and Cross Town Legal’s personal bankruptcy attorney, Katrina A. Cox, will thoroughly evaluate your case and let you know whether she believes you can benefit from filing. Click here for more…

Will, Cook, and DuPage County Property Tax Appeals

How often have your Chicago property taxes decreased? If you answered “never,” the property tax appeals attorneys at Cross Town Legal are here for you. It’s expensive enough to maintain a Chicago-area home much less absorb annual property tax increases. Your real estate’s value is assessed each year through your county’s mass appraisal system. County appraisers often overestimate your property’s value and fail to apply for certain legal tax exemptions. Click here for more…

Illinois Estate Planning Attorneys

Estate planning is the process of arranging the way your estate will be handled after you pass away or if you become incapacitated because of injury or illness during your lifetime. Our skilled estate planning lawyers diligently work with our clients to identify and meet their estate planning needs and create estate plans tailored to the unique characteristics of each client. Click here for more…

Cook, Will, and DuPage County Probate Attorneys

It’s always difficult to lose a loved one, and the last thing you need to deal with during the time after a loss is probate. Family disputes, harassing creditors, funeral costs, and delayed medical bills all add to the stress of the probate process. Fortunately, there is help available. Click here for more…