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161 North Clark Street, Suite 4700
Chicago, Illinois 60601
(312) 523-2069
(312) 523-2001 - fax
chris@karstenlaw.net

Working to Find Solutions to Your Problems and
Counseling You to Avoid Unforeseen Problems

Karsten Law Offices provides clients with effective and efficient legal advice, highly personalized representation, and cost-effective results. We handle civil litigation in both state and federal courts in Illinois, and offer legal counseling to businesses and individuals alike with an eye toward avoiding often costly and time-consuming legal disputes in the first place. Our areas of practice include:

  • Small Business & Commercial Law - business and commercial litigation, risk management strategies, contracts, leases, corporate transactions, employment law, insurance and corporate/LLC/partnership formation
  • Employment & Labor Law - non-compete and confidentiality agreements, employment contracts, employment discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination claims
  • Estate Planning & Probate - wills, trusts, probate, living wills, guardianships, power of attorney, estate tax planning, contested will and trust proceedings
  • Real Estate Transactions and Litigation - mortgage foreclosure actions, landlord-tenant disputes, real estate closings
  • Civil Litigation medical malpractice, construction disputes and defects, business and commercial claims and collections, employment law, personal injury, premises liability, probate, products liability, professional liability and wrongful death

To learn more about how Karsten Law Offices can assist you or your organization, please contact us today.


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