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Our office is located in Suite 250 at 1000 Hillgrove Avenue, Western Springs, IL 60558.  Western Springs is approximately 14 miles west of downtown Chicago and is conviently accessed by Metra rail service or multiple expressways.  The building is located in the heart of Western Springs and has free parking.

Phone: (708) 784-9617

Fax: (708) 784-9618

Email: jgrier@thegrierlawfirm.com

Here are some highlights from a Crain's Chicago Business Article apprearing on September 20, 2010:

"John Grier's morning commute consists of a 1 1/2-block walk to his law office, located in a quaint limestone bank building in suburban Western Springs. When he walks to the post office, passing motorists honk and wave. His four children visit regularly, with his eldest, Katie, 14, helping make copies while the youngest, Jack, 4, raids the candy jar.

“It really is the Mayberry experience,” says Mr. Grier, 43. 

"... he decided to start Grier Law Firm, specializing in real estate law." 

“I've grown accustomed to the simple approach,” Mr. Grier says. “I'm able to make a living and enjoy my family more. I can pick my kids up from school and coach their soccer teams.”

“I'm thrilled with my new lifestyle,” he says. “My strategy is to stay simple.”

© 2010 by Crain Communications.

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