Property Tax And Real Estate Law Are All We Do

While it is true that practicing in any area of law requires extreme attention to detail, this is especially true in the areas of property taxation and real estate transactions. In these cases, significant financial interests are at stake — but so are the aspirations of long-term success of those involved. A property tax and real estate lawyer must be meticulous, but also have an understanding and respect for what really matters to a client.

People in Chicagoland who seek this type of personalized and dedicated counsel turn to the attorneys of Reveliotis Law, P.C.

Our firm only practices in the areas of property tax law and real estate law — we do nothing else — meaning our attorneys have spent years developing extensive knowledge of Illinois law and experience resolving the most complex matters. Whether our clients have general questions about a potential real estate purchase or sale, or need representation in seeking an appeal of their property tax bills, we are ready to provide the effective, efficient legal help they need.

Understanding Your Needs. Addressing
Your Concerns.

As lawyers, we believe that our job requires more than dispensing legal advice. Our goal is to build relationships with our clients, providing them with long-term legal solutions in addition to short-term answers. Especially in the areas of property taxation and real estate law, we understand that

our clients seek clarity and a guide to cut through the fog of bureaucracy and paperwork. We work to make these complex areas of the law as approachable as possible, and help our clients save time and money.

We enjoy meeting with our clients in our Park Ridge offices, but we are also happy to visit them at their homes, businesses or other real estate properties.
George
George Nicholas Reveliotis

George N. Reveliotis is the founder and managing partner in Reveliotis Law, P.C.

Pamela
Pamela G.
Visvardis

Pamela G. Visvardis joined Reveliotis Law, P.C. as Senior Counsel in 2016.

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