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(a division of Mickey, Wilson,
Weiler, Renzi, Lenert, & Julien, P.C.)
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Sugar Grove, IL 60554

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Happy New Year!!

As we begin 2021, we begin with the common hope shared by many of our clients, staff, friends, and community members that 2021 brings with it, sooner than later, an end to the pandemic and the opportunity for the safe return to our daily activities.  When that finally occurs, we will likely find ourselves amidst a new “normal” with new ways of working, playing, and spending time with our families.  Thus, for most, our goals and resolutions for the new year will be influenced by this new normal and new ways. 

That being said, though, the events of the past year have also been a strong reminder of the importance of having an estate and life care plan in place that reflects your current wishes, and which also takes into consideration your current life circumstances and the current applicable laws.  Accordingly, pandemic or post-pandemic, we encourage you to keep on your annual “to-do” list (or add to your list), the goal of reviewing / creating your estate and life care planning in 2021.

Should you or someone you know wish to meet with one of our attorneys to review and/or create an estate and life care plan, please do not hesitate to contact our office for additional information and/or to schedule an appointment with one of our attorneys.


Our very best wishes to all for a safe, healthy, and happy new year filled with JOY & HOPE!


Reminder:   Out of an abundance of caution and to do our continued part in helping to keep our clients, staff, and their respective families as safe as possible, all non-signing appointments with the following attorneys: Connie Renzi; Katie Lenert; or Brandan Rissman, remain "virtual" (via video or telephone conferencing).


Can You Visit Nursing Home Residents After They are Vaccinated?
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The Attorney's Role in Medicaid Planning
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