Jeffrey S. Sell
Attorney at Law
With over 20 years experience, Jeff Sell has honed his expertise in every aspect of Real Estate Law. Providing the highest level of legal and practical advice, we emphasize professionalism and customer service. Offering a complete range of services relating to real property, Jeff represents individuals, developers, condominium associations and national companies in the real estate industry. Be it a residential closing, refinance, purchase of investment property or large commercial transactions, we provide experienced, professional legal services.
In every real estate transaction, we will provide the following:
Estate planning, including wills, trusts and advanced directives are a primary focus of Jeff Sell. There are many tools you can use to make sure your estate gets distributed the way you want. These tools include wills, trusts, joint tenancy declarations, and transfer on death instruments. Your estate plan can be as simple or complex as you desire. Jeff can help you figure out your estate planning needs.
At a minimum, your estate plan should include the following:
If you've ever struggled with severe financial debt, you know the importance of finding a solution to your troubles quickly. Jeff Sell cares about the stresses you are experiencing and that is why he conducts a thorough evaluation of your financial state to determine what is the best solution for your situation. Jeff will explain the differences between filing Chapter 11, Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 and which direction would result in a healthy financial future. The Law Offices of Jeffrey Sell concentrates our bankruptcy practice in personal bankruptcy.
The Law Offices of Jeffrey Sell
12443 S. Route 59, Unit 103
Plainfield, IL 60585
phone: 773-405-9808 - fax: 815-267-7505
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