Attorney Kim Andrew Lewis and Attorney Roberta N. Levinson have each been practicing law for over 30 years. Licensed in both Illinois and Wisconsin, and with offices located in Twin Lakes, WI and Richmond, IL, they operate a multi-state practice of law covering the following areas:
At the office of Lewis & Levinson Law, you will receive personal, small-town attention with the experienced representation and knowledge of a large city firm. Whether you’re seeking advice on a legal matter, real estate closing, deed preparation and transfer of property setting up a corporation or LLC, preparing estate planning, probating an estate, resolving small estate matters, handling 1031 exchanges, requesting variances, personal injury representation, guardianship needs, 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 covering “cross border” (IL and WI) concerns, as well. Whatever legal issues you are facing or challenged with, know that the attorneys at our firm have more than 60 years of combined general practice experience to protect you and your families interests.
Real Estate Transactions
Corporate and Small Business
Estate Planning Documents
Traffic Citations & DUI/OWI
Lewis & Levinson Law was first established in 1988 and has helped clients navigate the legal field throughout the states of Wisconsin and Illinois. Our office has clients who live throughout the United States who have legal matters that require our legal services to resolve Illinois and/or Wisconsin issues. Locally, our attorneys at Lewis and Levinson provide legal guidance in the cities, towns, and villages, inclusive of, but certainly not limited to, Twin Lakes, Wheatland, Wilmot, Trevor, Paddock Lake, Salem Lakes, Lake Geneva, Genoa City, Kenosha, Antioch, Wadsworth, Richmond, Hebron, McHenry, Johnsburg, Fox Lake, Lake Villa, Grayslake, Libertyville, Woodstock, and their surrounding areas.
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