William S. WilsonPartner
Bill Wilson has practiced law for more than 27 years. He and his staff of lawyers concentrate in the areas of Elder Law, Estate and Medicaid Planning, Estate Planning for Families with Disabled Children, Probate, and advising not-for-profit corporations.
Bill is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and of the Chicago Bar Association Committees on Trust Law, Asset Protection, and Elder Law. He is the past president of Helping Hand Rehabilitation Center, an agency for developmentally disabled persons and also of the local chapter of the American Cancer Society. He is currently on the Board of Trustees of the Southwest Suburban Center on Aging in LaGrange, Illinois, and served on the Economic Development and Strategic Planning Committees. He is currently a member on the Aging Well Council, a LaGrange area group interested in furthering the resources of senior citizens in the LaGrange area.
Bill received his B.A. in history at the University of Texas at Austin, with high honors, and graduated from Northwestern School of Law.
He is a frequent speaker and presenter on the topics of Elder Law, Estate Planning, Special Needs Trusts, Asset Protection, and Veterans Benefits throughout the Chicago area.
J.D., Northwestern University School of Law, 1983
B.A. History, University of Texas, 1980