Q: Where should I seek legal advice?
A: It's best to contact an attorney who practices in the area of law that you are seeking advice on. I see that you posted under "estate planning law," so I assume you have some need for advice in that area. Estate planning can involve relatively simple matters, such as drafting a will for a small to medium-sized estate, or it can involve more complex matters, such as analyzing inheritance/gift tax consequences, and exploring legal maneuvers for avoiding the same, usually reserved for larger estates. Most people fall into the first category and are likely to receive competent legal advice from any practitioner licensed in Illinois that practices some amount of estate planning. For the latter, you are likely better advised to seek counsel from a practice that dedicates a majority of their business to estate planning, with an emphasis in tax law. If you are interested, feel free to contact our firm to see if we can help. We might be able to at least send you in the right direction. ***Stephen Sotelo, The Fish Law Firm, P.C., 55 S. Main St., Suite 341, Naperville, IL 60540 (630)355-7590 firstname.lastname@example.org www.fishlawfirm.com *** This answer is for informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice or establish an attorney-client relationship.
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