Estate Planning for Your Parents

If your parents’ financial affairs aren’t in order, here’s what you need to do to get them on track
There’s only one thing more uncomfortable than having a sit-down conversation with your parents about their financial matters, and that’s discussing how their financial matters will be handled when they pass away. …

Adopt-a-Highway ALO

Adopt-a-Highway and ALA

Anselmo Lindberg & Associates Receives Certificate of Appreciation from DuPage County’s Adopt-a-Highway Program
Anselmo Lindberg & Associates is a proud supporter of our community, working to keep the places we live clean and safe. Recently, we were awarded by DuPage County for our participation in their Adopt-a-Highway program. We are honored …

Your Digital Assets: What happens when you die?

New Bill Protects Social Media Accounts and Digital Assets
Governor Rauner on August 12, 2016, signed HB 4648 creating Public Act 099-0775. This Act is known as the “Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act (2015)”. This Act gives users the ability to manage their digital assets as they would …

Breaking a Residential Lease in Illinois

What you should expect when breaking a lease agreement
For those who need a flexible living situation, renting property is a great alternative to purchasing a home. Most renters never intend to break their rental lease agreements when signing on the dotted line; however, certain circumstances may arise where the 6-month …

Landlord Rights in Illinois: How to Protect Yourself

4 topics every tenant and landlord should understand about their contracts
As a landlord or a tenant, we often overlook the section of the lease listing all of our rights and responsibilities until we need it most. It’s important to know your rights as a renter or as a landlord before …