We are excited to announce that Sandrick Law Firm has joined Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit (KSN). Attorney William Sandrick and his team have represented commercial and industrial property owners since 1997 in property tax appeals and property tax incentives. Now combined, KSN has a strong client presence in the City of Chicago and the South/Southwest suburbs, allowing us to provide sophisticated property tax appeal services throughout the Chicagoland area.

From attorney William Sandrick:

In 2022, Sandrick Law Firm (SLF) celebrated our 25th Anniversary as a law firm providing thorough and comprehensive property tax representation to a very diverse group of clients ranging from single family homeowners to very large, sophisticated real estate entities.

Once again I want to take this opportunity to thank all of our clients who let us be a trusted part of their businesses. Also, I would like to thank all those who called or emailed congratulations on this milestone.

As we enter our 26th year, I was presented with a great opportunity to ensure that SLF has the ability to continue offering our clients the professional level of representation they are accustomed to receiving as well as maintaining the personal relationships we have built on performance and fairness from beginning to the end of the property tax appeal process.

I am happy and excited to announce that SLF will merge with KSN and we will now be known as Sandrick Law Firm, LLC., a division of Kovitz, Shifrin and Nesbit.

This merger allows us to continue to vigorously and thoroughly represent our clients while providing additional resources and continuity for years to come. I have not been interested in any previous merger discussions because they would not be beneficial to my employees or our clients. I’m confident our merger with KSN will be a positive experience for both of those two extremely important groups.

What will change for our existing clients? Ultimately very little. Our location, phone number, emails and staff are all the same. All agreements, correspondence and most importantly, invoicing, will originate with me in South Holland. The only difference will be a consolidation of banking and deposits which will be handled by the main accounting office of KSN in Mundelein. Payments of invoices for new matters should be sent to KSN’s main location (payment instructions will be attached to all invoices). Nothing else will change.

I’ve been asked if this merger means that I’m retiring or stepping back. This merger ensures that I can remain in my current role as Director of SLF for a long time. I have no plans to go anywhere. I plan on representing our clients for this year’s 2023 South/Southwest Suburban reassessment and the next Southland reassessment as well in 2026.

KSN continues to grow, advancing the firm’s commitment to clients’ legal needs. Managing Partner Ryan Shpritz: “With the addition of Bill Sandrick and his firm’s 25 years of experience to KSN, we are very excited to match our common core values and exceptional service with our complementary practice areas. Fundamentally, we can now provide a complete suite of services to our community associations, landlords, and industrial/commercial property owner clients.”

About KSN:

You can reach KSN by calling 847-537-0500 or visiting our website at www.ksnlaw.com.

Since 1983, KSN has been a legal resource for condominium, homeowner, and townhome associations. Additionally, we represent clients in real estate transactions, collectionslandlord/tenant issues, and property tax appeals. We represent thousands of clients and community associations throughout the US with offices in several states including Florida, Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.


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