Illinois Estates and Probate Attorney
At the law office of Mary Frances Hill, in Palos Heights, I have protected the rights of people throughout the south side of Chicago and suburbs for more than 32 years. I work hard to educate my clients so that they fully understand the law and the process, as well as their options. I built my successful practice on a commitment to personal service and attention, working directly with clients at all times and making certain that I promptly return all calls and e-mails.
I offer a free initial consultation to most clients. To set up an appointment with an experienced Orland Park-area attorney, contact my office or call me at 708-761-6992 (toll-free at 866-604-5816).
I focus my practice on issues involving:
- Social Security disability. I represent people seeking benefits through Social Security because of injury or illness. I will review your initial application and prepare any documents related to appeals of claim denials. I will also act as your advocate in any proceedings or hearings throughout the process.
- Wills, trusts and probate. I will help you put a plan in place to ensure the orderly distribution of property upon death, preparing a will, trust, power of attorney or health care directive, if necessary. I also advise executors, administrators and personal representatives, working with you to complete the probate process and settle the estate of a loved one.
- Real estate law. I focus my real estate practice on residential and commercial real estate closings, but also handle boundary and easement disputes, commercial leasing, and condo and homeowner association matters.
Contact Mary Frances Hill, Attorney at Law
To schedule an appointment with an experienced SSD and real estate lawyer, contact me online or call me at 708-761-6992 (toll-free at 866-604-5816). I will meet with you before, during or after regular business hours. My offices are centrally located on Harlem, near the bus line, but I will travel to meet with you in your home, the hospital or a nursing home, if necessary.