Top Streator Debtor-Creditor Lawyers - Illinois

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    Daniel S. Kaplan Business Law and Franchise Attorney For the convenience of his suburban Chicago clients, business law and franchise attorney Daniel S. Kaplan maintains an office at One Northfield Plaza in Northfield, Illinois. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. Mr. Kaplan has practiced business law since he received his law degree from Loyola University of Chicago in...

  • Our firm represents businesses and individuals in legal matters arising in northern Illinois . We include attorneys authorized to practice law in the trial and appellate courts of the state of Illinois, the Bankruptcy and U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Illinois, including the trial bar, the Central District of Illinois, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit....

  • Since 1976, Bourey Law Offices has been assisting residents of Decatur, Illinois, and the surrounding area with bankruptcy and family law issues. Known in the community as a respected legal resource, our law firm provides prompt and effective service with every case we handle. Our Practice Areas While committed to serving our clients with many challenging legal needs, we focus our services on...

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    Lakelaw Wisconsin represents people and business in financial matters. We have handled an extraordinarily wide range of legal matters... Business acquisitions, financing and sales We have handled thousands of individual bankruptcy cases, both as the debtor's attorney and as a bankruptcy trustee. Click here if you are considering bankruptcy. Real estate transactions, syndication and financing of...

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