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The attorneys of Lavelle Law Ltd. address a variety of legal topics.

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On April 18, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a set of rules and an interpretation to address confusion among retail investors and clarify the standards of conduct applicable to investment advisers and... more

After 16 years of litigating business disputes, attorney Brian Massimino has seen many of the same mistakes repeated time and again. Companies small and large (surprisingly even those with in-house counsel) often find themselves committing... more

When couples divorce, a home mortgage is often caught in the flux of divorce proceedings. Should the parties sell the house, or can one party buy out the other? In this podcast, senior mortgage broker, Mayra Rubio, provides answers... more

Lavelle Law attorney Joe Vito explains the pitfalls of compiling and submitting a nominating petition for municipal elections.

Businesses beware! On January 25, 2019, the Illinois Supreme Court issued a unanimous opinion resolving a contested interpretation of the state's Biometric Information Privacy Act. In short, the high Court ruled in Rosenbach v. Six Flags... more

In this podcast, actuary Neil Shore joins attorney David O'Leary. Mr. O'Leary is a tax and benefits partner at Lavelle Law. Mr. Shore is an actuary and partner at Shore Tompkins Actuarial Resources, LLC. They discuss the new qualified... more

In this podcast, family law attorney Patti Levinson discusses ways to prepare your family for the holidays after a divorce. She discusses how to minimize chaos, communicate with the other parent, keep some traditions and make some new... more

Family based petitions are some of the more common visa applications for those seeking to immigrate to the United States. This podcast, with attorney Haney Noureldin, provides an overview of the applications and procedures that are... more

Deciding and choosing who will manage your assets in the event of your death or disability is one of the most important decisions you can make when creating or revising your estate plan. We call this person the ?Trustee? under a Living... more
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