Nery & Richardson
With over 30 years of combined legal experience practising in Chicago, Nery & Richardson prides itself on quality of work and attention to detail in every case.
BUSINESS & CORPORATE LAW
We represent numerous entrepreneurs and small business owners.
ESTATE PLANNING LAW
We assist clients in all aspects of estate planning, advising them on how to transfer assets after death and how to best deal with the probate process inexpensively and quickly.
REAL ESTATE LAW
We counsel and assist clients on all aspects of buying, selling and leasing commercial and residential real estate.
We counsel clients on all aspects of the bankruptcy process, whether Chapter 7 (discharge of debts) or Chapter 13 (repayment plans).
We specialize in dispute resolution on behalf of individuals, small businesses and large corporations, with particular emphasis on real estate matters, landlord-tenant disputes and collections matters.
Nery & Richardson LLC is a general practice law ﬁrm specializing in the areas of commercial and residential real estate, estate planning, bankruptcy, and general business law. Nery & Richardson lawyers have represented numerous businesses and corporations, lending institutions, real estate developers and contractors, private investment managers, small business owners, and individuals.
The two Members of the ﬁrm are Joseph F. Nery and David Richardson. Combined they have over 30 years experience practicing at some of Chicago’s largest and most prestigious law ﬁrms and in their own ﬁrm.
Nery & Richardson prides itself on providing the same quality of work and attention to detail as Chicago’s leading law ﬁrms, but at more reasonable rates and with the attention to client service only a smaller ﬁrm can provide.
Nery & Richardson
4258 West 63rd Street.
Chicago, IL 60629
Phone (773) 582-7000
Fax (773) 582-7150
26 West Lake Street
Addison, IL 60101
Phone (630) 592-7515
Fax (630) 478-2980
One East Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60601
Phone (312) 334-6876
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