Waukegan, Illinois Immigration Lawyers
Other Offices: Chicago (IL) Chicago (IL) Chicago (IL)
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Law Firm OverviewThe Katz Law Office will take care of your legal needs in the Chicago and Waukegan areas. We can handle civil litigation, criminal law, family law and immigration issues.
With our focus on your case it lets us concentrate on any and every problem that we might come across. After all, it is better to be prepared than to go in with a blindfold on. This is your future that will be determined at the end of everything and that is why we have so much compassion. We know the trouble this is causing you and we don't like it any more than our clients do.
After a free consultation with our office, you will see that we have the best options and plans to fit your situation. Plus, with our many locations, you can easily visit our firm to further discuss your case. Sometimes, it is all about location when it comes to a legal problem. You want to be able to contact us, as easily as we can get ahold of you.
Languages: Spanish; English.
Areas of Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Appellate Practice
- Business & Industry
- Business Formation
- Business Law
- Business Litigation
- Child Abuse
- Child Custody & Visitation
- Child Support
- Civil Litigation
- Civil Rights
- Commercial Law
- Commercial Litigation
- Computer Crime
- Consumer Law
- Corporate Law
- Corporate Litigation
- Credit Card Fraud
- Criminal Defense
- Criminal Law
- Domestic Violence
- Drug Crime
- Estate & Trust
- Estate Planning
- Family Law
- Financial Litigation
- Green Cards
- Identity Theft
- Inheritance Law
Additional Areas of Law: Loan Modification; Orders of Protection; Guns; Injuries; Family Immigration-K Visas; Non-Immigrant Visas; EB Visas; Political Asylum; Deportation; Immigration Appeals; Immigration Arrests; Immigration Crimes; Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Chapter 13 Bankruptcy; Property Division; Post-Divorce Modification; Enforcement of Decrees; Driverís License Reinstatement; Fair Debt Collection Law; Deferred Action For Childhood Rights.
Areas of Law Description
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Our firm will help you with your visa problems if you want to work and live in the United States. We understand that this process is hard and it will take its toll on a person. Thatís why as human rights advocates we work hard when protecting each of our clients. S
- Family Law
Thereís nothing more important than family, so why not give it the best protection during the hardest times in life? Itís important to have a lawyer that understands how delicate the situation can be. Our firm has that compassion mixed with experience that you need.
- Criminal Defense
To properly defend criminal acts you need an attorney that has plenty of knowledge on the subject. After all, you donít want to be led by the blind when you have the rest of your life resting on the verdict. The Katz Law Office knows the in and outs of the legal system.
- Civil Law
Defending your civil rights may seem so easy that you donít want to pay for an attorney. But, if you have the right attorney, it will make all the difference. You need someone to fight for you, especially if the other side has attorneys. With The Katz Law Firm you will never feel like you are alone with several offices and they are easy to reach for all of your questions.
- Chicago Bar Association
- American Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Association of Trial Lawyers of America
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