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LOHSE LAW 
Illinois Real Estate, Small Business, and Contracts Attorney
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Selling your home?  Legal fees as low as $195
Buying a new home?  Legal fees as low as $350



Lohse Law


Areas of Practice.

Lohse Law provides legal services to both individuals and small businesses in Illinois.  Primary areas of law practice are: (click on any of the links below)


Trusted Advisor.
     

Attorney Brian Lohse is a trusted advisor and counselor.  Even though many legal issues are complex, he will do his best to explain the law (and your rights) in a way that you can understand in order to make an informed decision.



The number one complaint most clients (or prospective clients) have regarding their attorney is that the attorney is rarely accessible to talk and is slow to respond to phone calls.  Attorney Lohse prides himself on offering personal and friendly service.  He will ensure that you stay informed and up-to-date by returning phone calls and emails often within hours, but always within one business day.


Lohse Law vs. other law firms.
     

Personal service is the main difference.  I personally work with each and every client taking the time to answer all of your questions.  I am the person that will work with you from day one until the matter is resolved.  This means that I cannot handle as many clients as other law firms that have a staff of legal assistants, paralegals, and law students doing the majority of the work on your file.  In order to provide you with the best legal service and attention, I try to limit my caseload to only 12 clients.  Law firms that have a huge staff may be able to turn more files and have hundreds of clients, but that means most of the legal representation is handled by a non-attorney. 

If you are buying or selling a new home, I will walk you through every step of the process, try to point out the clauses in the contract that may effect you for the positive (or negative), and explain your options.  With the vast majority high-volume real estate law firms, you will probably speak to your attorney for the first time at the closing table.  Even as an attorney, when I call some of these law firms, the legal assistants won't even allow me to speak to the attorney about the sale or purchase.  I think the main reason is that the attorney doesn't even know what's going on with the transaction (or even the name of their client). 

Here's an example of what may happen if you call a large real estate law firm.  Just recently I was representing a couple buying a home in a nice neighborhood.  The buyers and I were sitting across the closing table from a family selling a half-million dollar home.  The sellers attorney did not show up to the closing because the attorney had too many closings scheduled for the same day and time.  A substitute attorney came to represent the sellers.  The sellers didn't know there was going to be a substitute attorney and didn't even know the name of this substitute attorney.  Let me ask you, how well did this substitute attorney really know his clients in order to zealously advocate for them?  Is this the type of representation that you would want?  These sellers paid for an attorney that they never spoke to nor ever met.  This will never happen if you retain my legal services. 

Please remember that personal service does not mean I will answer your call 24/7.  I too have a family.  However, if you leave me a message or voice mail, I will respond to you generally within a few hours or the next morning -- even on the weekends. 

Serving all the metropolitan Chicago area counties including Cook County, Lake County, and DuPage County.  Serving the local townships of:  Arlington Heights, Barrington, Carol Stream, Chicago, Des Plaines, Evanston, Glenview, Grayslake, Gurnee, Harwood Heights, Highland Park, Hoffman Estates, Hyde Park, Lake Forest, Lincolnshire, Lincolnwood, Libertyville, Lombard, Morton Grove, Mount Prospect, Niles, Northbrook, Oak Park, Palatine, Park Ridge, Rosemont, Schaumburg, Skokie, Waukegan, Westchester, Wheeling, Wilmette, Zion.

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