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In-House Counsel For Small Businesses

Group AttorneySmall to mid-sized businesses are faced with daily challenges that require them to make decisions that can significantly impact how the business operates and the profits and losses generated by the business. Larger companies have considerable resources that include in-house legal departments to help them make these very decisions.

If you or your business organization is faced with transactional or litigation issues in the Chicagoland area, Chitkowski Law Offices is your in-house legal counsel.

The firm employs attorneys and counselors with varied specialties and a wide range of experience. At Chitkowski Law Offices, the attorneys pride themselves on providing clients with common-sense legal representation that is specifically suited to the individual needs of each of their clients.

The firm understands that small businesses and professionals have the same issues as larger organizations. As such, the firm leverages the litigation and transactional experience of each of its attorneys and paralegal staff to provide a boutique, tailored approach to nearly any business law issue, including:

The depth and breadth of both transactional and litigation issues, combined with a small-firm approach, enable the firm to provide a unique legal services. Regardless of your immediate or long-term legal needs, the firm will do whatever is possible to help you resolve all issues in the most efficient and effective way.

The firm has offices in Chicago and in the suburbs with easy access to Routes 355 and 88.

To schedule an initial consultation with one of the firm's attorneys, call 630-824-4808 or email the firm.

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