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Northern Illinois Center for ElderCARE, P.C.

Northern Illinois Center for ElderCARE, P.C.

(815) 227-1144

Northern Illinois Center for ElderCARE, P.C.

40 years in business

1491 S Bell School Rd Ste 4
Rockford, IL 61108-1407

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  • (815) 227-1146
BBB File Opened: 10/21/2011
Business Started: 05/18/1976
Business Started Locally: 05/18/1976
Type of Entity
Corporation
Business Management
  • Principal: Mr. Oliver Nelson, Owner
  • Mary Jo Nelson, Office Manager
Contact Information
  • Principal: Mr. Oliver Nelson, Owner
  • Mary Jo Nelson, Office Manager
Business Category
  • Attorneys & Lawyers
  • NAICS: Offices of Lawyers
  • Attorneys & Lawyers - Elder Law
  • Attorneys & Lawyers - Real Estate
  • Attorneys & Lawyers - Wills, Trust & Probate
  • Attorneys & Lawyers - Estate Planning
  • Estate Planning & Management

Licensing, Bonding or Registration
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Number of Employees: 
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Overview



Northern Illinois Center for ElderCARE, P.C., is a lawn firm focusing on elder law, including developing probates and trusts to manage the client's finances and wishes to ensure that the client's needs are met and that their family is supported and provided with funds as well. Located in Rockford, IL, this firm serves the Rockford metropolitan area, including Pecatonia, Roscoe, Rockton, South Beloit, Monroe Center, Wilton, German Valley, Cherry Valley, Machesney Park, Loves Park, Belvidere, Winnebago, Poplar Grove, Byron, Lindenwood, Stillman Valley, Davis Junction, Durand, Davis, Dakota, Freeport, Kirkland, Rochelle, Ashton, Franklin Grove, Dixon, Palmyra, and Sterling. The firm has been in business since 1976 and is led by Attorney Oliver Wendell Nelson, who earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois College of Law in Urbana-Champaign and is a third-generation attorney. Before earning his Juris Doctor, Nelson served for two years in the United States Army, including one year in Vietnam, and was awarded the Bronze Star for Combat Action.

This firm provides elder law services, focusing on preserving and strengthening the assets of clients in order to ensure that they will have enough to pay their debts and pass on an inheritance to their heirs. Practice areas include Revocable Living Trusts, Medicaid Income Trusts, Medicaid qualification verification, life planning to determine needs and goals, Powers of Attorney for healthcare and property, Living Wills or Declarations, and residential real estate sales and purchase.

Visit the website for Northern Illinois Center for ElderCARE, P.C., to learn more about the firm, read about the different practice areas available, and contact the firm to schedule a consultation.

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Northern Illinois Center for ElderCARE, P.C.

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