Welcome to the
Stepnowski Law Offices
The Law Office of Edward L. Stepnowski
(1950 - 2013)
The Law Office of Frank E. Stepnowski
Harlem Ave., suite 205-2
(708) 848-3663, 848-3662
Welcome to our site.
Located in Oak Park, Illinois, we are
dedicated to giving our clients the highest
degree of legal services.
Stepnowski (1924 to 2013) was born
in Chicago, Illinois. During World
War II, he served first with the Army
Specialized Training Program and then
with the 326th Airborne Regiment.
He graduated from dePaul University Law
School and was admitted to practice in
the State of Illinois in 1950. He
was admitted to practice before the U.S.
District Court for the Northern District
of Illinois, and the United States
Supreme Court . He was a 63-year
member of the Chicago Bar Association,
and received the meritorious service
award from the Advocates Society.
Mowie po polsku
|Frank E. Stepnowski was born in
Chicago, Illinois, and attended Fenwick
High School. He earned a degree in
Economics from the University of Dallas
and graduated from Northwestern
University Law School. He
was admitted to practice in the State of
Illinois in 1984, the Northern District
of Illinois in 1984, and the United
States Supreme Court in 1988. He
clerked for the Illinois Appellate Court
for four years, and has been in private
practice since then.
16, 2013, he was a panelist addressing
the Chicago Bar Association Probate Law
Committee in a discussion webcast to its
members. He addressed current
legislation pending in Illinois
protecting people with disabilities and
proposed changes to the guardianship
Articles and Resources
These articles discuss tax
deductions for those with disabilities, the
Americans with Disabilities Act, and
Wills and Estate
Planning Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
New: Power of Attorney forms
The New Illinois Power of Attorney Act took
effect July 1, 2011. The law enabled new
forms for the Power of Attorney for Health Care
and Power of Attorney for Property. Both
forms are important for protecting your future
and estate planning. They designate
someone to act on your wishes if you she become
disabled or suffer a medical emergency.
Call your attorney to discuss which forms
can help you.
New: Transfer on Death Instruments
Illinois has a new law permitting a deed to
transfer residential property upon death, but is
this deed always best for your situation?
Ask your attorney.