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RENA A. BALLARD

ATTORNEY

Rena Ballard began her legal career at the Office of the Cook County State’s Attorney, where she prosecuted more than 200 bench trials and multiple jury trials involving involuntary commitment and medication of psychiatric patients. Rena’s current litigation practice includes handling contested guardianships, contested estate administration matters, involuntary nursing home discharge cases and personal injury. Rena also has previous experience as a Master’s level social services coordinator, a role which facilitates her assistance to seniors needing legal services.

SERVICES


Estate Planning Employment Law Litigation




BAR ADMISSIONS


Supreme Court of Illinois U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois




EDUCATION


DePaul University College of Law, Chicago, Illinois
J.D. | 1996
Florida State University
M.S. | 1997 Delta State University
B.M. | 1983
Graduated with four-year honors; Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society




PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS


Illinois State Bar Association, Member, Elder Law Section




PRO BONO ACTIVITIES


Chicago Volunteer Legal Services | Volunteer Attorney Barrington Area Council on Aging | Volunteer




PRESENTATIONS


Five Important Legal Documents for Estate Planning Financial Exploitation of Seniors-Remedies Becoming the Decision-Maker for a Senior Reporting Elder Abuse Assessing Legal Capacity





CONTACT RENA A. BALLARD

847-713-1346

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OFFICE

Headquarters

102 S. Wynstone Park Drive

North Barrington, IL 60010

Additional locations in Hinsdale and Waukegan

CONTACT

847-382-9195

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