The Law Offices of Wilson & Wilson were established in 1983 by James T. Wilson (now deceased) and his son, William S. Wilson. Both graduated from Northwestern University School of Law in the classes of 1949 and 1983, respectively.
Bill Wilson has practiced for 30 years. He and his staff of lawyers concentrate in the areas of Elder Law, Medicaid and Estate Planning for families with special needs children, Probate, and advising profit/ not-for-profit corporations. The lawyers and staff of Wilson & Wilson feel a profound obligation to serve their clients through professional and committed legal representation.
We make house, hospital and nursing home calls for the convenience of our clients.
Read a recent article written by Marilyn Soltis titled Elder Mediation in our Articles and FAQs section.
Read a recent article written by Partner Bill Wilson titled "Making POA's Work for You."
Our elder law attorneys often speak at events, seminars and association meetings. Please contact Maureen Aikens at 708.482.7090 or email email@example.com for more information and scheduling.
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Veterans-Are you getting all the benefits you deserve?
According to VA analysis, only 27 percent of Veterans and 14 percent of widowed spouses who are likely eligible, actually receive any money from the Veterans Non-Service Connected Improved Pension Benefit Program. The Veterans NSC Improved Pension Benefit Program provides financial support that enables Veterans to live independently while receiving the quality of care they deserve. In particular, funds are available for aging Veterans who need assistance with medical and non-medical care both in the home and in qualified facilities. Call attorney Bill Wilson at 708-482-7090 and make sure you get all the benefits you are entitled to receive.
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