Chuck’s practice encompasses all aspects of wealth preservation and administration, with a particular emphasis on planning for ultra-high net worth individuals, both domestic and international, and handling all aspects of the administration of estates, including the design and implementation of post-mortem tax planning structures. Prior to entering into private practice, Chuck spent a number of years in the banking sector, most as a trust officer in the personal trust department of a major Chicago financial institution where he was responsible for overseeing all fiduciary aspects of more than 400 trusts.


    • J.D., John Marshall Law School, cum laude, 2004
    • B.S., Northern Illinois University, Interpersonal/Public Communications, 1992


    • Illinois, 2004

    Speaker, “Planning for Disability & Asset Titling,” Community Outreach for ABA’s Real Estate, Property and Estate Law, April 2012

    Speaker, “What You Need to Know When a Client Has a Complicated Estate Plan or Is The Beneficiary of a Complicated Estate Plan, Including Trusts, and How to Evaluate Those Interests,” Advanced Financial Issues in Divorce, Chicago Bar Association, November 2010


    • Illinois State Bar Association (Trust & Estates Group)
    • Chicago Bar Association
    • College for Financial Planning (Certified Financial Planner Professional Education Program)