Taking The Stress Out of Legal Challenges
Running a business presents many challenges. As a business owner or manager, you know your business better than anyone else, and you're proud of the products or services you sell. But legal issues take you out of your comfort zone. That's our business. We'll listen to your concerns and what you're looking to accomplish. We'll handle your legal needs with care and sensitivity. Matt Flamm and Joel Teibloom, partners at Flamm & Teibloom LLC, have more than 80 years of collective legal experience. They have worked together for more than 30 years and can strategize as a team and find answers to your most pressing legal matters.
Our attorneys frame the problems their clients bring to them as situations in need of a solution. They believe it is important to provide undivided attention to their clients and seek an answer that meets their needs. You will not be working with a paralegal or a junior attorney at Flamm & Teibloom LLC. All of your work will be handled by our skilled and experienced lawyers.
Assistance And Advice For Your Needs
Whether you are a small business owner, a property owner, or a nonprofit organization, Matt Flamm and Joel Teibloom can help you resolve your legal issues. A small sampling of the work we can do for you includes:
Services for businesses: organization and structuring of new business; ongoing legal needs for small and medium-size businesses; commercial and industrial real estate and tax questions; real estate tax sales and tax deed proceedings; purchases and sales of businesses; and representation of foreign clients in United States legal matters.
Services for individuals: real estate tax sales; real estate transactions and litigation; estate planning and probate; representation of foreign clients in United States legal matters; and Illinois election law issues.
Services for not-for-profit organizations: organization and representation of not-for profit organizations; applying for tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; Illinois state and local tax issues; applying for exemption from real estate taxes for charitable, educational, and religious organizations; and litigation and administrative hearings regarding alleged violations of laws and regulations.
In most cases, you will not have to litigate to resolve your matter. Our attorneys are experienced negotiators and can often find a way to settle conflicts outside of a courtroom.