Tom Winkler, founder of Winkler Law Group, says his firm embraces a simple but fundamental principle: “We provide clients with personalized legal representation that addresses their specific needs and concerns. The priorities of our clients are the priorities of our firm.”
The firm was founded in 2008 by Winkler, an attorney and Certified Public Accountant, who has been in practice since 1982. With a collective experience of more than 45 years, Winkler says they emphasize accessibility to clients, knowing that a company is not just a business, but a livelihood.
One practice area is commercial and industrial real estate, including owners, homeowner/condominium associations, lenders, sellers, buyers, landlords, tenants, and subcontractors.
For local homeowners, the firm helps clients lower local tax burdens. Over the last three decades the firm has developed proficiency representing clients in property tax assessment appeals. They collaborate with accountants, appraisers, and other professionals on behalf of homeowners.
For estate planning, Winkler Law creates sophisticated strategies by working closely with clients, their accountants and advisors to develop and enhance business succession, trusts and retirement plans for medium to high net-worth individuals, including closely held business owners and families.
The firm also has considerable experience in representing lenders of commercial loans to small to mid-sized businesses. A comprehensive commercial loan process includes proprietary agreements and forms, which thoroughly document the transaction and protect the lender’s interests.
In addition to Tom Winkler, the team includes:
- Attorney John B. Sprenzel who lives in the northwest suburbs and enjoys hockey and lacrosse with his family.
- Attorney Mehreen M. Rajabali who loves spending free time with her husband and son in the northwest suburbs.
- Deborah A. Golota, legal assistant, a mother of three who lives in the northwest suburbs.
- Maggie Anderson, paralegal, a resident of the northwest suburbs.
To learn more, visit Winkler-Law.com.