Sue is a seasoned attorney, focusing primarily on residential real estate. She previously worked for a national title insurance company and in the real estate departments of several large and boutique Chicago law firms. Buying and selling a home, and any real estate, is one of the most important financial transactions most people will make. From the initial contract stage, through home inspection, attorney review, title and survey review, loan process, drafting closing documents, negotiating any issues and closing, Sue guides her clients through each phase and step and strives to make it as stress free as possible. Sue collaborates with opposing counsel in a professional manner to get her clients the best outcome.
She is a member of Chicago Bar Association (Real Property Law Committee, speaker at several Seminars), Advisory Board Member of Community Partners for Affordable Housing (CPAH), North Suburban Legal Aid Clinic Volunteer, and a member of Empowered Professional Women’s Networking Group (EPWNG). She completed the Second City Improv training program and took courses at Improv Olympic and has performed in shows at various Improv Chicago venues.
J. D: Washington University School of Law
B. B. A. Finance: University of Georgia
Admitted to practice law in Illinois and Georgia.