Camden Law Office, LLC is an experienced firm focusing on real estate, estate planning, probate, and elder law clients in the Chicago area.
Are you looking for help setting up your estate plan, preparing for issues that may come up later in life, or in the process of purchasing a new home? We serve the Chicagoland area with estate planning, elder law needs, real estate transactions, or small business representation. As a small, local law firm, our experienced attorneys offer personal attention to your legal matters. Camden Law Office, LLC is located in DuPage County, just over the border from Will County and Cook County. It gives many Illinois residents the convenience needed to make an appointment and have their legal issues handled quickly.
Please contact Camden Law Office, LLC for more information on how our experience makes us an ally and resource for the legal services that you need.
Kevin P. Camden
With a diverse background in Chicago estate planning, elder law, business law, and real estate law, Kevin’s experience as a real estate development attorney brings unique skills and experiences to legal matters in the Chicagoland area. He understands his clients’ concerns and works to prevent legal issues with small business owners and commercial real estate investors.
Kevin P. Camden received his law degree from John Marshall Law School in Chicago and has a bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University, with honors. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois and admitted to federal practice in the Northern, Central, and Southern Districts of Illinois, as well as the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Kevin is the owner of Camden Law Office, LLC. The firm was established in DuPage County, Illinois, in 2007, when he found a unique opportunity to partner with a commercial developer while also growing his practice. Since 2015, the firm has been focused primarily on commercial and residential real estate law. However, due to his clients’ needs, the firm expanded into elder law, estate planning, and trust planning to provide clients with estate planning and probate services.
Kevin teaches for Northwestern University Center for Public Safety on labor relations, discipline and discharge, recruitment and selection, federal employment law, and internal affairs investigations. He has also taught as an adjunct professor at Benedictine University and Valparaiso University School of Law.
Kevin is married with three children and active in his community, personally and professionally. Currently, Kevin is a co-chair of the DuPage County Bar Association real estate committee, as well as a member of the Illinois State Bar Association real estate and unauthorized practice of law committees.