After graduating from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, William went on to earn his law degree at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Michigan, where he concentrated his studies in business transactions.
William runs a busy solo practice focusing on real estate, bankruptcy, and litigation. Throughout his years of representing consumers in real estate transactions, many of whom were facing financial hardship, William has gained extensive knowledge of the options available to his clients, and views each new client as an opportunity to leverage their rights under law through creative and innovative use of options available.
William has committed his law practice to guiding individuals through their times of financial crisis, and also to providing them with the necessary tools to protect themselve from unexpected hardships. William believes in using candor, professionalism, ethics, and diligence to serve the needs of his clients. He understands that law is a service profession; that as an attorney his role is to counsel and guide people through some of the most difficult moments– not just explain what happens in court.
William is licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois, and is admitted before the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Illinois.