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Law Offices of Jeffrey R. Gottlieb, LLC

The Law Offices of Jeffrey R. Gottlieb — and its predecessors — has been located in northwest suburban Palatine Illinois for more than 30 years. Our experienced attorneys, Jeffrey R. Gottlieb and Robert H. Glorch, are dedicated to providing quality personalized legal services concentrating in the areas of estate planning and estate administration, including wills, trusts, estate taxes, probate, trust and estate administration and litigation.

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From Our Estate Planning and Probate Blog

  • Ernie Banks Estate, Part 2: Probate vs. Non-Probate Property

    Posted on March 03, 2015

    A lot of people are following the Ernie Banks probate case with intense interest, attorneys included. I think part of the reason for the public interest is that a lot of people have either gone...

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  • Legendary Comedians, Estate Battles and Your Stuff

    Posted on February 25, 2015

    The late George Carlin is one of my favorite comedians of all-time. One of his legendary routines revolves around how the meaning of life is basically finding "a place for all your stuff!" More...

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  • Facebook Adds “Legacy Contact” Option (Plus, I’m now on Twitter)

    Posted on February 20, 2015

    Almost exactly one year ago, I posted about a policy change that Facebook had made with respect to accounts of deceased individuals (see "Facebook Makes Memorialized Accounts More Public", February...

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