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The Law Office of Andrew M. Carter - Wheaton, IL

127 West Willow AvenueSecond Floor Wheaton, IL 60187 - 5275

Updated: 05/17/2021

Wheaton Business & Commercial Law Firm

Overview

The attorney at our Illinois law firm, Andrew M. Carter, provides a wide range of legal services focusing on commercial and residential real estate, evictions, collections, wills and trusts, and miscellaneous business matters. We provide personalized attention and focused case management to every one of our clients. Contact our Wheaton law firm to discuss your legal needs.

Based on our willingness to litigate real estate related matters and our experience in the courtroom, other lawyers and firms often refer clients to us. Our practice is nearly 40% litigation, a high percentage of which is attorneys referrals in the Wheaton, Naperville, and Glendale area. Similarly, businesses contact us for collections work. Contact us to speak with an experienced Illinois real estate attorney and litigator.

Our practice focuses on three primary areas: commercial real estate (including landlord/tenant disputes), residential real estate (primarily the buying and selling of property such as homes and land, but also involving residential evictions) and collections. We also provide some legal services in additional practice areas, such as drafting wills and trusts, and a variety of business and corporate matters. To speak with a skilled and experienced Illinois lawyer.

About The Law Office of Andrew M. Carter

Practice Areas

  • Business & Commercial Law
  • Contracts
  • Debtor/Creditor
  • Estate Planning
  • Real Estate Law
  • Foreclosure & Alternatives
  • Landlord/Tenant

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Address

127 West Willow AvenueSecond Floor Wheaton, IL 60187 - 5275

Office Hours

M-F 8:30AM - 5:00PM

Fax

  • 630-462-0342

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