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Gary has investigated and litigated cases...
Bill started his career with the Prosecutor’s office in the Juvenile Division, where he handled thousands of cases ranging from misdemeanors to major felonies. Bill next moved to the Municipal Division, where he handled level 6 felonies and tried several bench and jury trials. For the last five years of his tenure with the Prosecutor’s office, Bill served in the Major Felony Division. During this time, Bill...
Georgetown University Law Center and Florida International University College of Law
Mr. St. Louis tailors his practice in the areas of real estate, bankruptcy, and civil litigation. He represents buyers, sellers, lenders and investors in commercial and residential real estate transactions; clients in bankruptcy matters; and litigates civil litigation matters. Mr. St. Louis has handled thousands of cases...
My job is to help you protect what matters to you: your children, your assets, or your business.
Many of my clients are entrepreneurs who come to me before during or after the marriage to help them protect that important asset from divorce. And I also have extensive experience...
Chicago, IL 60606
Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
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