The Coyle Law Office specializes in estate planning, probate, elder law, and representing the individual, couple, or family when they need a lawyer or just a trusted advisor. The firm is run by T. Andrew Coyle, an Illinois attorney and is located in downtown Lockport. Mr. Coyle believes in doing all that is necessary to serve his client, including making house calls and arranging meetings around his clients schedules.
We believe that your attorney should be more than just a service provider; but a confidant and an advisor. Whether you are buying your first house, having your first child, planning for retirement, or would like someone to review any other legal situation, you can be assured that The Coyle Law Office will not only attend to your case, but also give you the personal attention and customized plan that you should expect.
Estate Planning with Coyle Law Having one’s estate properly planned may be the greatest gift you can give to your ... More
If someone you know dies while owning real property (a house, condo, farm, vacant land), or a significant amount of ... More
Guardianship can be established over minor children needing a non-parent to look after them. Guardianships can also be set up ... More
Buying or selling your home can be one of the most exciting, scary, stressful, and anticipated days in your life. ... More
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Man, 51 Dies weeks after winning lottery
This scenario is often used hypothetically, unfortunately, it can happen, as in this case. Protect your estate by having a plan in place from unforeseen events. If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment to discuss an estate plan right for you, please give us a call for a free consultation.
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