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Join the attorneys at Lavelle Law, Ltd. as they discuss legal concepts and issues affecting individuals and small businesses. Submit your legal questions to podcast@lavellelaw.com! We will answer your questions in future podcasts.

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Creditors are never required to accept a settlement offer. What can you do to improve your chances? In this podcast, attorney James Voigt discusses when to engage in a lump sum settlement and what to consider before making such a... more

Relying on his 25+ years of experience in operating his own practice, attorney Kerry Lavelle has authored a new book on law practice management that has been published by the American Bar Association. The Business Guide to Law:... more

As our loved ones age, many factors such as physical illness, diminishing mental capacity, and dementia can make them vulnerable to neglect, abuse, and exploitation by caregivers, family members or others. There are a number of... more

This podcast addresses name change petitions in Illinois for both adult and children. Attorney Amil Alkass explores the process of obtaining a name change and the legal requirements that must be met.

In this podcast, attorney Tim Hughes explains how property taxes are calculated and what possibly can be done to lower yours.

Medical amnesty policies are laws or acts which protect from liability those who seek medical attention as a result of illegal actions. In Illinois, the House and Senate have passed a bill which would provide immunity to individuals under... more

People often think that entering a judgment means the case is complete, but it's only just the beginning. In this podcast, attorney Heidi Kuffel shares what actually happens after a judgment is entered. She discusses post-judgment proceedings,... more

In the wake of rampant transfers of Home Health Care providers, Medicare passed the ?36 month rule? that now restricts the ability of an owner of a home health care company from transferring their ownership, within certain... more

Most people are familiar with the concept of child support – that a parent without residential custody has to pay a parent with residential custody money to support his or her child. But a recent Illinois court ruling now provides that... more
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