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THE LAW OFFICES OF
RALPH  J. SCHUMANN

You Have Questions — We Have Answers.

A full-service law firm involved in estate planning, residential and commercial real estate, probate and probate administration, corporate and business law, employment discrimination matters, as well as trade secrets and general litigation.

 
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Ralph J. Schumann graduated with honors from Chicago-Kent College of Law, and is Past President of the Illinois Real Estate Lawyers Association (www.IRELA.org). He is also Past Chair of the ISBA Real Estate Law Section Council.

We utilize the benefits of current technology to make our practice and the delivery of our legal services more efficient and more economical. You can reach us by telephone or e-mail us at info@SchumannLaw.com.


RECENT DEVELOPMENTS:

 Ralph Schumann spoke at a recent Continuing :Legal Education seminar on Current Critical Challenges Facing Real Estate Practitioners. Topics addressed included litigation involving the IDFPR’s proposed DS=1 Disclosure form, issues with the Cook County Recorder of Deeds, and recent legislative developments.

Ralph Schumann spoke at a recent Continuing :Legal Education seminar on Current Critical Challenges Facing Real Estate Practitioners. Topics addressed included litigation involving the IDFPR’s proposed DS=1 Disclosure form, issues with the Cook County Recorder of Deeds, and recent legislative developments.

 

Practice Areas

Estate Planning Law

Real Estate Law

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