At The Office of Lewis & Levinson, you will receive personal, small-town attention with the experienced representation and knowledge of a large city firm. Whether you’re seeking advice on legal matters such as real estate closings, deed preparation, transfer of property, setting up a corporation or LLC, preparing estate planning, probating an estate, resolving small estate matters, handling 1031 exchanges, requesting variances/land-use changes, or need representation for personal injury, guardianship, traffic violation or foreclosure defense, the attorneys at our firm have over 60 years of combined general practice experience. Our firm’s ability to serve you in both Wisconsin and Illinois makes us a perfect law firm choice for resolving issues that cover “cross border” (IL and WI) concerns, as well. We will bring our experienced legal team to the table in support of your case.
With over 30 years of practice, Kim Lewis has extensive general litigation experience and is a successful negotiator in Illinois and Wisconsin. In addition, to growing up and living in Northern Illinois, Southeast Wisconsin and the surrounding area, Kim launched Lewis and Levinson with Roberta N. Levinson in 1988 as a multi-state law practice in both Illinois and Wisconsin. Kim is a participating member of the Twin Lakes Chamber of Commerce and the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, and has served extensively as a Twin Lakes Chamber Board Member and as a Twin Lakes Village Board member. Kim has also served as Village Attorney for the Village of Twin Lakes during his legal career and served as a Kenosha County Board Supervisor.
Kim is known for his skill as a networker within many community organizations, businesses, and with town and village personnel; his familiarity with communities and their members, along with his over 30 years of legal experience enables Kim to resolve legal concerns more equitably and expeditiously for his clients.
Roberta Levinson partnered with Kim Lewis to establish Lewis and Levinson in 1988. Roberta was a former assistant public defender in Lake County, Illinois working primarily in representing juvenile defendants. After the firm established, Roberta continued to serve as an attorney handling matters throughout the states of Illinois and Wisconsin, with clients who may live within either state or may live outside of these states, in certain cases. Consistently through her career, Roberta has worked on cases and representing clients in the Northern Illinois area and Southeastern Wisconsin area (Kenosha & Walworth County in Wisconsin and Lake County & McHenry County in Illinois). Roberta currently focuses her practice on Estate Planning and Decedent’s Estates. Roberta works with her clients to meet their needs in the preparation of Wills, Trusts, Health Care Power of Attorneys, Financial/Property Powers of Attorney (Durable Powers of Attorney), Living Wills, and Letters of Intent. When handling Decedent’s Estates she addresses the many questions of her clients when a loved one passes; handling Decedent’s Probate Estates through Court and working with her clients on Small Estates. Roberta also works on Guardianships cases.
In conjunction with area Chambers of Commerce, Rotary Clubs and other businesses and professionals, Roberta provides educational speaking engagements and legal presentations in the Northern Illinois and Southeastern Wisconsin areas on topics involving the practices areas that she handles.
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