I would like my attorney to teach me how Estate Planning actually works so we can decide together how best to organize my assets and what type of Estate Planning documents would be best option for me and my family.

At RLO, we ensure clients know how Estate Planning works so they understand what their Estate Plan is set up to accomplish.

I want an attorney that just gives me the same simple Will that he/she prepares for everyone they do Estate Planning for - just change the names and have me sign it.

If you are blindly trusting the attorney that prepared your Will for you just so you can say you “have a Will,” you won't understand how Estate Planning works and will not know if this estate plan is right for you.

I want to establish a relationship with an attorney that I or my family can turn to for Estate Planning advice or can ask for referrals for attorneys on other areas of law we would need help with in the future.

I don’t want to have any more contact with my Estate Planning attorney once my Estate Plan has been finalized.

As an established attorney in Central Illinois, Chad Ritchie has a plethora of professional connections to help you navigate your need for future legal needs in other areas of law.

Many attorneys charge past clients hourly rates just for simple phone calls seeking quick advice or referrals.

I want to establish a relationship with an attorney that I or my family can turn to for Estate Planning advice or can ask for referrals for attorneys on other areas of law we would need help with in the future.

As an established attorney in Central Illinois, Chad Ritchie has a plethora of professional connections to help you navigate your need for future legal needs in other areas of law.

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