Frequently Asked Questions
In my practice—James C Provenza & Associates, PC—I am frequently asked for advice by both individuals and non-profit organizations who are trying to optimize their financial positions. Please see the links for help with some of the questions about estates, taxes, and non-profit organizations that I hear most frequently.
A sound future based on solid legal and tax planning advice
For tax and estate planning advice from an experienced legal and tax planning professional, or help with formation and growth of your non-profit organization, contact my office—James C Provenza & Associates, PC—in Glenview, IL.
Below are come of the most commonly asked questions about our law practice,James C Provenza & Associates, PC
1. Where is your law firm located?
Our office is located at the following address:
James C Provenza & Associates, PC
1701 E. Lake Avenue, Suite 407
Glenview, IL 60025
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2. Is there parking available?
Parking is available in the Citibank parking lot, where our office is located. There are also several lots just north of Citibank along Waukegan Road, as well as some street parking, but make sure to always pay attention signage before parking. The average daily parking price throughout Glenview is $2.00.
3. What hours are you open?
We are open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feel free to stop by our office at any time between those hours. We’re also available after hours by appointment, in Glenview, Chicago, Deerfield, and Oakbrook.
4. How expensive are your services?
From nonprofit bylaw drafting to estate planning and management, costs vary depending on our project. Nonetheless, I feel you’ll find my rates to be very reasonable. In most cases, I can often quote fixed fees, but I’ll always estimate the price of a project before you authorized the work.
5. How long have you practiced law?
Feel free to refer to my Attorney Profile page for a complete overview of my law education and practice. To paraphrase, I am both a CPA and a lawyer. I received my Illinois CPA certification in 1977, and was admitted to practice law in Illinois in 1980. I received my J.D. Degree from John Marshall Law School in Chicago.