• Peck Ritchey, LLC attorneys named to Super Lawyers and Rising Stars for 2017

    Kerry Peck, of Peck Ritchey, LLC has been named an Illinois Super Lawyer for 2017. This is his 10th consecutive year achieving this prestigious honor!

    Alongside Mr. Peck’s achievement, other attorneys at the firm have been named 2017 Rising Stars, including Jesse Footlik, Brandon Peck, and Tim Ritchey.

    To learn more about our attorneys and the Super Lawyers and Rising Stars distinctions, click here.

  • Kerry Peck featured in Illinois Bar Association Video

    Chicago guardianship attorney Kerry Peck was featured in a video posted by the Illinois State Bar Association. In the 12-minute Ted Talk-style video, Peck provides a detailed overview of guardianship and probate code.

  • Andrew Sachs Dies at 86

    86-year-old Fawlty Towers actor Andrew Sachs died following his battle with dementia, which lasted four years.

    According to wife Melody Sachs, Sachs suffered from vascular dementia. He was first diagnosed in 2012 and spent eight months in a nursing home facility. After suffering from intense pneumonia, Sachs lost his capacity to speak, a common characteristic of people suffering from the disease. Mrs. Sachs said she had the best life with her husband and no one should feel sorry for her loss. Despite his long battle with dementia, Sachs remained positive until the end of his life.¬†Friends of Sachs in the film industry describe him as a hilarious and extraordinary person. He started his acting career on BBC radio and later¬†captured our hearts when he played Manuel in John Cleese’s comedy series Fawlty Towers.

    We at Peck Ritchey, LLC expresses our sincerest condolences to the family of Andrew Sachs. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

  • Kerry Peck quoted in this week’s Barron’s

    Chicago elder law attorney Kerry Peck was quoted in this week’s issue of Barron’s in an article discussing the realities of financial abuse of the elderly.

    To read the article, click here.

  • Kerry Peck Quoted in Washington Post

    Kerry Peck was quoted in the Washington Post on the topic of selecting a “trust protector” to avoid power of attorney abuse in care situations involving dementia and Alzheimers disease.

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