Committed to a Client-Focused Approach
Whether you’re buying real estate, selling real estate, or planning your estate. We have got you covered.
At Cross Town Legal, we know that effective legal representation starts with a client-oriented approach, and are committed to keeping our clients fully appraised about the progress of their cases. Our experienced attorney at Cross Town Legal are active members of the Illinois Bar, Chicago Bar Association, and Illinois Real Estate Lawyers Association where they’re preceded by a reputation for legal professionalism and outstanding customer service.
At Cross Town Legal, you’re more than just a file number. We consistently provide our clients with exceptional customer service. From public service discounts to military appreciation initiatives, we’re invested in our clients’ futures because we’re invested in the citizens of Will, Cook, DuPage and other Chicago surrounding counties.
Experience, communication and expertise can all be found at Cross Town Legal. With the vast legal experience of Kathleen Creswell Cunningham, plus an experienced support staff, clients receive excellent service and prompt responses to questions and concerns. The focus of their practice is real estate and estate planning. Cross Town Legal is a high-volume law firm with a personal touch. The goal is to make the legal process as smooth as possible for clients.
OUR PRACTICE AREAS
Buying or selling a home can be a very stressful process and mistakes can be costly to you. There are a number of things that you need to keep in mind when buying or selling a property and the best way to take care of all the aspects is by using a reputable Real Estate Closing Attorney.
To make sure that your assets pass as you prefer upon your death, you may need to craft estate planning instruments such as a will or trust. We can help you with devising a will that meets the requirements in Illinois.
It’s always difficult to lose a loved one, and the last thing you need to deal with during the time after a loss is probate. Family disputes, harassing creditors, funeral costs, and delayed medical bills all add to the stress of the probate process. Fortunately, there is help available.