The Law Office of Matthew Robinson is a general practice firm with a focus on real estate, personal injuries, bankruptcy and litigation. The Law Office of Matthew Robinson represents clients in Kane and surrounding counties, including Mchenry County, Dekalb County, Kendall County, Dupage County, Will County, and Cook County.
The Law Office of Matthew Robinson represents clients living or working in Fox Valley and surrounding towns, including Geneva, St. Charles, Elgin, South Elgin, Aurora, North Aurora, Sugar Grove, Carol Stream, West Chicago, Dundee, West Dundee, Kaneville, Batavia, Maple Park, Wayne, Warrenville, Yorkville, Elburn, Oswego, Hampshire, Naperville, Wheaton, Downers Grove, Glen Ellyn, and Lisle.
The Law Office of Matthew Robinson understands that no amount of money can take away your pain or replace what you have lost. If you or someone in your family has suffered a serious personal injury or death due to the negligence or intentional conduct of someone else, the Law Office of Matthew Robinson can help you and your family at this difficult time.
Matthew Robinson dedicates a large portion of his practice to resolving disputes in commercial and residential construction, drafting agreements between general contractors and subcontractors or between owners and general contractors, and resolving other disputes that arise during the course of a construction project.
Why are you waiting to evict that non-paying tenant? The Law office of Matthew Robinson can help you Stop the Bleeding!
Real Estate transactions are the biggest financial moves most people ever make. Hiring an attorney for a low, flat rate early on is highly recommended.
With the uncertain twists and turns of life, sometimes financial situations arise that leave people needing a fresh start. Sometimes it is mounting credit card debt that came about due to unemployment, divorce or other short-term problems that are then impossible to eliminate. Sometimes, it is huge medical bills or other expenses that are simply not within one’s ability to pay.