With over 30 years of combined legal practice in Chicago and the surrounding communities, Nery & Richardson is the right firm for you or your business, right now. Our attorneys specialize in residential and commercial real estate law, business and corporate law, estate planning law, bankruptcy law and litigation.

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The Difference between Legal Information and Legal Advice

When you’re facing a legal issue, the first thing you’re going to need is legal information to better understand your situation. This may come in the form of simple answers to questions like, “What are the laws in my state?” or “What does this statute mean?”. These questions have factual answers that lie within the public domain, so you don’t have to have special legal training to answer them correctly or with authority.
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With workloads increasing, is your legal department keeping up?

Our talented legal team has more than thirty years of combined practice in Business & Corporate Law, so you can count on us for expert advice and sound legal strategies in a range of areas. We represent the ideal addition to your in-house legal team and will help you streamline your processes through our innovative and creative methodologies. This means that your in-house counsel can focus on specific areas while our team handles the day—to-day needs that would normally weigh your team down.
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We’ve learned a lot by listening to our clients

At Nery & Richardson, we listen to our clients from the first moment they contact us until the last moment they need our assistance. It’s the cornerstone of everything we do – listening. Believe it or not, something so elemental, so simple, so obvious is what sets us apart from the rest of the firms in Chicagoland. Most are simply concerned with landing your business. They’ll say whatever needs to be said to capture your interest and make whatever promises are necessary to seal the deal.
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