Peck Bloom attorneys have a combined experience of over 90 years in the field of elder law.
Our firm is a recognized leader in the legal community:
- Peck Bloom was hired by the City of Chicago’s Department on Aging, to rewrite the Elder Abuse and Neglect Act.
- Managing partner, Kerry Peck is past-president of the Chicago Bar Association and founded the Elder Law Committee of the Chicago Bar Association.
- As president of the Chicago Bar Association, Kerry successfully enacted new law changes in relation to Durable Powers of Attorney.
- Partners Kerry Peck and Ken Bloom have been elected Illinois "Super Lawyers" by their peers (as featured in Chicago Magazine) for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.
- Peck Bloom has been chosen as "Leading Lawyers" 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.
- Kerry was asked by the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education to author chapters on Will Contests and Guardianship.
- Kerry has testified before the Illinois House and Senate.
- Kerry is frequently appointed by the court as Guardian Ad Litem, Trustee, Executor, and Administrator.
- Kerry Peck was named by Jewish News as a "Jewish Chicagoan of the Year" in 2007 and labeled an ‘Activist for the Aging.’
- Kerry Peck appointed adjunct professor at John Marshall Law School to teach guardianship course in elder law program.
- Kerry Peck and his partner Ken Bloom are frequently asked by the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education to speak on topics related to Probate, Guardianship and will/trust litigation and estate planning.
Peck Bloom understands how family conflicts can put such a vast amount of anxiety, fear and physical and emotional strain on your shoulders. Our attorneys relieve that stress so you and your family can begin putting the pieces of your lives back together. At Peck Bloom, we protect your loved ones inside the court room and the community so you can find peace at home.