We are attorneys who represent the owners, users and managers of commercial, industrial and investment-grade real estate in Illinois and Indiana, with a special emphasis on Cook County, Illinois.
During the past thirty years or so, we have developed innovative techniques and considerable capabilities in the valuation aspects of property taxation. Due to that, we have been able to achieve exceptional assessment levels for our clients.
If you would like to discuss a particular property tax situation, I am in my office most mornings for telephone consultations and meetings. I am also available via e-mail, all day. Meetings can be set up for other times at one of my offices or at a subject property.
Attorney at Law
Our Property Tax Services
- Property Tax Appeals / Litigation
- Property Tax Incentives
- TIF Financing
- Property Tax Projections and Advice
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Most Common Questions
Why the Fitzgerald Law Group
Fitzgerald LG provides the highest level of service to our clients’. We have an in-depth understanding of the metro Chicago real estate market and a commitment to our clients’ success. Combine that with aggressive representation, a keen knowledge of property tax law, procedures, nuances and prompt and detailed client communications.
The results we obtain for our clients’ arise from us having established and always striving to maintain, an excellent reputation for professional representation and integrity with local taxing officials. Our methodologies address the effect of physical, functional and economic obsolesce, environmental regulations and the effect of evolving technologies upon the value of real estate. The experts we engage are well versed in these theories of relief and are prepared to testify to that effect, if called upon. Finally, it is our policy to keep our clients’ continuously updated and informed of all substantive developments in their case. In furtherance of that, we are available at all times to discuss any and all issues which may bear upon an ongoing property tax matter.