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History

Founded in the fall of 1980 by Ralph R. Bouma, Jr. and John P. Martin in Wheaton, Illinois, Huck Bouma, PC began as a practice that concentrated principally in the areas of employee benefits, estate & tax planning, and real estate. As the firm grew through the addition of more attorneys and staff, it moved to larger offices in Glen Ellyn in 1984. James M. Huck, Jr. joined the firm as a transactional partner in 1988.

In the 1990’s the firm moved back to Wheaton and grew with the addition of established DuPage County attorneys such as Robert E. Jones and George Bradshaw. Since the early 2000s, the four newest shareholder/partners, Brett M. Dale, David D. O’Sullivan, William J. Strons and Russell A. Adkins have added their practices from prior downtown Chicago and west suburban firms. Most recently Huck Bouma has grown by merger with the boutique DuPage County law firms of Fewkes, Wentz & Strayer and Huck & Brisske, LLC.

Huck Bouma now consists of nearly 40 attorneys and over 30 support staff, making it one of the largest firms in the DuPage/Kane County area. Huck Bouma, PC has earned a reputation as the premier law firm in Chicago’s western suburbs, providing cost-effective and high quality comprehensive legal services to closely held companies, individuals, and fiduciaries & beneficiaries of estates and trusts. Clients receive compassionate, professional services from approachable, honest and respected practitioners.

Through its multiple practice groups, the firm offers legal services in the areas of Banking & Finance, Business Services, Employment Law, Litigation, Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate, Trusts and Estates, Elder Law and Special Needs Planning & Guardianship.


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