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Kathryn C. Rolewick - Wheaton, IL

1755 S. Naperville RoadSuite 200 Wheaton, IL 60189

Updated: 03/18/2024

Wheaton Business Services Lawyer

Overview

Kathryn C. Rolewick is a Director in the Trusts and Estates Practice Area, focusing her practice primarily on advising individuals, families, and business owners on estate planning objectives and asset protection strategies.

Kathryn counsels multiple generations of family business owners on wealth transfers, succession planning, and corporate planning...

Kathryn C. Rolewick is a Director in the Trusts and Estates Practice Area, focusing her practice primarily on advising individuals, families, and business owners on estate planning objectives and asset protection strategies.

Kathryn counsels multiple generations of family business owners on wealth transfers, succession planning, and corporate planning. Kathryn plans for income tax, federal estate tax, state estate tax, gift tax and generation skipping tax consequences, utilizing LLCs, revocable trusts and a variety of irrevocable trusts.

From simple wills and trusts to complex plans, Kathryn enjoys advising a variety of clients on the tools available to preserve, grow, and pass on their wealth. Kathryn also represents her clients in trust and estate administration, probate, business formation, corporate maintenance, and real estate.

Prior to joining Huck Bouma, Kathryn was an associate at the Wheaton law firm of Rolewick & Gutzke P.C., the firm founded by her father, David Rolewick. Before transitioning to private practice, Kathryn worked in high net worth trust administration at U.S. Trust, now Bank of America Private Bank.

Kathryn lives in the western suburbs with her husband and two sons. Kathryn enjoys traveling, photography, and outdoor activities, especially running.

About Kathryn C. Rolewick

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Director

Practice Areas

  • Business Services
  • Real Estate
  • Special Needs Planning and Guardianship
  • Trust and Estate Administration
  • Wealth Transfer and Estate Planning

Qualifications

Bar Admissions

  • Illinois
  • Supreme Court of Illinois, 2013
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois, 2013

Other Affiliations

  • American Bar Association (ABA), 2011 - Present
  • Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), 2011 - Present
  • Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA), Trusts and Estates Section Council, 2014 - 2017 (Member)
  • DuPage County Bar Association (DCBA), 2013 - Present
  • Chicago Bar Association (CBA), 2014 - Present

Past Positions

  • U.S. Trust, Bank of America N.A. Chicago, Illinois, Trust Administrative Officer, 2013 - 2016
  • Illinois Appellate Court Second District Elgin, Illinois, Judicial Intern for Justice Ann Jorgensen, 2012
  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law Chicago, Illinois, Research Assistant to Professor Michael Kaufman, 2010
  • Rolewick & Gutzke, P.C., Wheaton, Illinois, Legal Assistant, 2007 - 2010

Education

  • Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Chicago, Illinois, 2013
    J.D.
    Honors: Entrance Scholarship
    Law Review: The Loyola University International Law Review, Associate Editor
  • Boston College, 2004
    B.A.
    Honors: cum laude
    Honors: National Collegiate
    Honors: Golden Key National Honor Societies
    Major: Psychology

Fees

Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information

Address

1755 S. Naperville RoadSuite 200 Wheaton, IL 60189

Fax

  • 630-221-1756

Achievements

Honors

  • The Loyola University International Law Review; Associate Editor
  • Loyola Honors at Entrance Scholarship

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