will work with you to handle
your litigation needs.
Bruning & Associates, P.C. will work with you to handle your litigation needs.
Welcome to Bruning & Associates, P.C.
Our mission is to provide experienced, efficient, and cost effective legal representation to our clients. We represent our clients in both the State and Federal Courts in Northern Illinois, including Cook, McHenry, DuPage, Lake, Will, Kane, DeKalb, Boone, and Winnebago Counties.
Why Choose Us
Choosing a lawyer is an important decision. We understand your need to obtain the best legal representation available. We know that you need a partner who will protect your legal interests, work zealously to achieve your legal goals, and care as much about your legal issues as do you.
Bruning & Associates attorneys are proud of our history of representing individual and business clients. We represent individuals, people just like you, in court and in their personal legal transactions on a daily basis. We represent businesses – small, medium and large. We use our decades of legal experience to find creative and cost-effective legal solutions for our individual and business clients.
We know the value of being patient listeners, compassionate advocates, and effective communicators. We understand that the legal system can be confusing and sometimes overwhelming even for the most sophisticated clients.
We are committed to fully understanding your perspectives and to providing you with the information you need to effectively understand and resolve your legal issues.
The Illinois Supreme Court has approved a Financial Affidavit form that is to be used in all Divorce cases, Parentage (also known as Paternity cases), dissolution of Civil Union cases, and other Family Law cases where the matters of child support, spousal support,...
Bruning & Associates, P.C. attorney Melissa-Ann Bruett was recently awarded the Daily Herald Readers’ Choice “Top Picks” award for “Best Lawyer.” More than 44,000 ballots and votes were received by the Daily Herald for the Readers’ Choice award nominees. The...
The Illinois Supreme Court recently held that the family of a college freshman who died from alcohol poisoning at a fraternity pledge event involving “vodka-laden hazing” could sue the local chapter of the fraternity, its pledge officers, pledge board members, active...