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As a client of Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C...
As a client of Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C... The attorneys and staff at Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., have been dedicated to meeting the legal needs of individuals, families, and businesses in central Illinois since 1981. Our lawyers offer a broad range of sophisticated legal services that encompass almost every area of general civil practice: business law, real estate, corporate/LLC, probate and estates, estate planning, litigation, and more.
As a client of Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C., you can be assured your legal services will be provided in a comfortable, small firm setting without the impersonal feeling and bureaucracy that often comes with large law firms. You will receive personal attention and custom legal solutions to meet your unique needs, and you can count on us to be professional and committed to excellence at all times.
For your convenience, all our attorneys are available to meet with you in any of our office locations:
- 101 NE Randolph Ave., Peoria, IL 61606 · (309) 673-0797
- 100 N. Main St., Morton, IL 61550 · (309) 266-6121
- 15 S. Capitol St., Ste. 200, Pekin, IL 61554 · (309) 346-1188
Morton Community Bank; Morton United Methodist Church; Heart Technologies, Inc.; and Wm. Aupperle & Sons, Inc.
In Peoria: Our offices are located at 101 N.E. Randolph Avenue, on the corner of North Street and Randolph Avenue, one building from the top of the Main Street hill.
In Morton: Our offices are located at 100 N. Main Street, on the corner of Jefferson and Main streets.
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About Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C.
- Real Estate Law
- Banking & Finance
- Business & Commercial Law
- Business Organizations
- Construction Law
- Elder Law
- Estate & Trust Administration
- Land Use & Zoning
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Real Estate Title Insurance
- Wills & Estate Planning
- In the Matter of the Estate of Jess H. Wagler, Deceased, 1991, Third Dist., 217 Ill.App.3d 526, 160 Ill.Dec.553, 577 NE2d 878
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100 N. Main St. Morton, IL 61550
Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- (309) 266-8759 (Morton)
- (309) 673-0797 (Peoria)
Benckendorf & Benckendorf, P.C. (Main Office) 101 N.E. Randolph Avenue Peoria, IL 61606 - 1920 (309) 265-0812
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