The Gierach Law Firm
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Attorney Denice A. Gierach in Naperville, Illinois, has over 30 years of experience with commercial real estate transactions, business law, and estate planning and administration, including wills, trusts, and probate.
This experience has been acknowledged by such Chicago newspapers as the Business Ledger, who named her one of twenty "Influential Women in Business" for 2008.
As a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) with a Master’s Degree in Management, Denice A. Gierach understands the financial and tax implications involved in business and commercial law, business planning, estate planning, and real estate matters.
The Latest From Our Estate Planning Blog...
When you are planning your estate, it is important that you consider the impact the estate tax can have on what you leave your spouse and other beneficiaries, including religious institutions. You will need to consider both the federal and state estate taxes when estate planning in Illinois, though unlike other states there is no [...]
If you have started with some research on estate planning, you probably came across the term generation skipping transfer. When used properly, your estate planning can encompass goals and giving across multiple generations, which benefits many families across Illinois. Although there are certainly situations where giving conversations only involve one generation, many individuals and couples [...]
When an older man or woman passes away, usually he or she has a last will and testament, usually or just a “will.” All people above the age of 18, though, should have a will that can be updated when necessary. It is important for everyone to know how to write a will and what [...]
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Over the past year, the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission (“IWCC”) has greatly increased the prosecution of those small business owners who have not obtained workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. Those employers who do not obtain workers’ compensation insurance are doing themselves, and their business, a grave disservice. The small business law attorneys here at [...]The post To Avoid Fines Small Business Owners Must Be Aware of Illinois Workers’ Compensation Laws appeared first on Illinois Business Attorney Blog.
Governor Pat Quinn has signed into law a bill that creates a specialized task force to aid Illinois small business, particularly those owned by minorities. The Illinois Small Business and Workforce Development Task Force Act will provide businesses with easier access to capital funding, workforce development, and state contracting opportunities. The law hopes to expand [...]The post Illinois Bill Signed to Assist Small Business Owners appeared first on Illinois Business Attorney Blog.
On July 9, 2013, Illinois became the 50th state to pass a concealed firearm carry law. The Firearms Concealed Carry Act requires that all people carrying a concealed firearm on their person must first register for a Concealed Carry License. This law provides exceptions, prohibiting the carrying of a concealed arm in public places such [...]The post Illinois Concealed Carry Law Creates Liability Concerns for Local Business Owners appeared first on Illinois Business Attorney Blog.