Located in the Mount Greenwood neighborhood of Chicago, Kevin Barry and Barry Law, Inc. have been serving all of Chicago and the south suburbs for over twenty-five years. Our firm is built on the belief that if we offer our clients knowledgeable advice and personal service, they will keep coming back, and will send their friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues to our door. We are proud that a large proportion of our business comes from repeat clients and references from clients who are satisfied with our work. We believe this is because of our approach to practice, outlined below.
At Barry Law, Inc., we strive to build a relationship with every client. While most clients come to us with a specific legal problem or need, we try to look beyond the immediate issue to the client's broader goals, working to prevent conflicts and maximize benefit. We want to be there for our clients, not just now, but for their future legal needs as well.
Our firm concentrates its practice in a few areas of the law. We limit our practice in this way because we want to maintain the focus and the level of skill our clients have come to count on. We would rather do a few things very well than many things poorly, so we focus on real estate law, business law, and estate planning and probate. There is no substitute for experience; narrowing our focus to a few practice areas has allowed us to gain a lot of experience in the matters our clients need us to handle.
Our clients come to trust us and usually turn to us first when they have a legal concern. Although we are always ready to assist our clients with matters in which we are experienced, we know that they will occasionally have legal needs outside our purview. When that happens, we gladly refer them to other attorneys we know and trust, and to whom we would refer our own friends and family. For our firm, the point is to make sure that our clients receive the help and support they need, even if it comes from someone else. At Barry Law, Inc., we have found that putting the client's needs first is the best business model.