Campbell Long — Serving the Legal Needs of Chicagoland Families
Campbell Long, the new law firm created through the partnership of the Law Offices of Cindy K. Campbell and Long Law Office, P.C., is carrying on its founders’ long-standing tradition of providing law services custom-made for families living throughout the Chicagoland area.
“Our goal is to build relationships with our clients, guiding them through the legal aspects and issues while also being attentive to their overall wellbeing,” says partner Cindy K. Campbell. “We want to help them build a better future for themselves and their families.”
Our firm focuses on helping families through difficult situations, assisting clients with all aspects of estate and family law including probate, wills, trusts, guardianship, divorce, and mediation.
“Having worked together for many years, combining our strengths into one practice allows us to enhance the personalized level of service we currently provide to our clients,” adds partner Joanna Long.
Campbell and Long are members of the Chicago Bar Association, the Illinois Bar Association, and are active in their communities, volunteering their time to various Chicago-based legal aid and family organizations.
Both Campbell and Long are also involved with the Justice Entrepreneurs Project, a small business incubator that helps lawyers start innovative, socially conscious law practices serving middle-income Chicagoans. “We both have a passion for the advancement of equal access to justice,” says Long.
We encourage you to connect with us via Facebook as well as reach out to us through email should you have any questions. Call us at 866-566-9494 or contact us at Assistant@clcounsel.com to schedule an appointment and come see our new office.
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