Robert L. Renfro
Banking and Finance, Banking and Finance Transactions, Litigation and Troubled Assets, Minors and Minors’ Estates, Real Estate, Self-Settled Special Needs Trusts, Special Needs Planning and Guardianship, Special Needs Planning and Guardianship, Third Party-Settled Special Needs Trusts, Trust and Estate Administration, Trusts and Estates
(630) 221-1755 | email@example.com
- Lake Forest College
- John Marshall Law School, Chicago, Illinois
Associations & Memberships
- DuPage County Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Illinois Real Estate Lawyers Association
Robert L. Renfro, a Director with the Firm, concentrates his practice in both the commercial and residential real estate market. As Chair of the Huck Bouma Real Estate Practice Group, he has extensive experience in purchase and sale transactions as well as office, retail and industrial leasing.
Rob has represented clients in a wide variety of real estate matters, whether it involves assisting a client in securing a “mom and pop” retail lease in downtown Glen Ellyn or negotiating office lease in the Willis Tower. Rob has also advised condominium boards in association matters and has assisted property owners in matters of finance and title.
Along with his real estate practice, Rob handles much of the firm’s guardianship matters and advises staff on probate issues. He routinely appears in court to represent executors and administrators of probate estates and is often called upon to represent local medical facilities to secure guardians for indigent patients.
Rob is a graduate of Lake Forest College, having transferred there following his freshman year at Iowa State University. He received his law degree at John Marshall Law School in Chicago.
Rob has served as a Village of Glen Ellyn Trustee, President of the Glen Ellyn Chamber of Commerce, and Chair of the Glen Ellyn Architectural Review Commission. Rob is also a member of the Kiwanis Club of Central DuPage. He and his wife Viki, and daughter Rachel, continue to reside in Glen Ellyn.