Christine M. Zych, J.D., LL.M.


As an estate planning attorney, Christine M. Zych has been advising clients on issues of estate planning, probate, trust administration and estate administration since 1999.

In the course of her work, Christine has counseled professionals, entrepreneurs, owners of closely held businesses, traditional and non-traditional families, and many others. Christine is passionate about helping individuals and families put an optimum plan in place to meet their estate planning needs.

Christine received her undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1995 and her J.D. from St. Louis University School of Law in 1999, as well as her Masters of Laws in Taxation from Washing University in 2003.

She has been licensed to practice law in Missouri since 1999 and in Illinois since 2000. Christine is a member of the state bars of Illinois and Missouri.

Drawn to estate planning before she graduated from law school, Christine has a background in social work and enjoys using her law degree to help individuals and families clarify and memorialize their goals while also helping them avoid the cost of probate and the payment of estate tax upon death.

As a mother of three children, Christine understands her clients’ need to organize their estates to provide clarity and comfort to their survivors. She believes effective estate planning is critical to a client’s overall financial well-being and is grateful for the opportunity to be involved in the process.

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