Peter Francis Geraci (PFG) founded Geraci Law in 1977 and Geraci Law is one of the largest and oldest consumer bankruptcy firms in the United States. Geraci Law represents over 150,000 clients in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy matters. Geraci Law has 24 offices in Illinois, six of which are located in Chicago. Our north side office is located at 4218 N. Cicero Avenue, Chicago, IL 60641. This office is conveniently located near the Edens and Kennedy expressway; between Montrose and Irving Park, on the west side of Cicero Avenue. This office serves thousands of Geraci Law clients in nearby neighborhoods and suburbs such as Jefferson Park, Belmont-Cragin, Lincolnwood, Skokie, Evanston, and Lincoln Square.
The City of Chicago is the third largest city in America and boasts a vibrant cultural and social scene and was first settled by Jean Baptiste Point du Sable in the 1780s. The City of Chicago was officially incorporated in 1837 and is one of the great crossroads for rail, air, and water commerce. Visit https://enwikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Chicago for more information about Chicago, and visit www.peterfrancisgeraci.net for more information about the “real PFG”, attorney Peter Francis Geraci. To make an appointment at Geraci Law if you live in Northwest Side of Chicago, click here and enter your zip code for the closest office to you.
Another resource close the office on the Northwest Side of Chicago if you are in Oak Park, Forest Park, Melrose Park, or Elmwood Park is the Geraci Law bankruptcy and injury office in Oak Park at 7015 W. North Ave, located on North Avenue just two blocks east of Harlem Ave. From Forest Park or Elmwood Park or Melrose Park, to the Geraci Law Bankruptcy and Injury office in Oak Park, all you have to do is head towards North Ave and head East until you reach the office. There is convenient street meter parking along North Ave as well as free parking in the surrounding neighborhood.
Our north side office is also 5 miles away from Wrigley Field. Wrigley Field is one of the oldest baseball stadiums and is known for its ivy-covered brick outfield wall. Most importantly, Wrigley Field is the home of the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs won the 2016 National League Championship Series and 2016 World Series. Their championship ended a 71-year National League pennant drought and a 108-year World Series championship drought, both of which are record droughts in Major League Baseball. Attorney Lizette J. Villegas is a die-hard Cubs fan! She has been working at the north side office for over a year. She became an attorney at Geraci Law in December 2013. She meets with clients every day and is committed to serving individuals in financial distress. Lizette also speaks fluent Spanish, a skill that many of our clients find helpful and welcoming. Lizette and her husband love the Cubs so much that they named their first daughter, Addison! Addison will be attending her first Cubs game this summer.
Another resource close to the north side office is the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA). The office on Cicero Avenue is less than a 10 minute walk from the Montrose Blue Line Station. The CTA operates the nation’s second largest public transportation system. On an average weekday, 1.6 million rides are taken on the CTA. The bankruptcy cases from the north side of Chicago are heard at several locations in downtown, Chicago. All of the locations are accessible from the CTA.
Fun Fact: Peter Francis Geraci’s ties to the Northside of Chicago extend all they way back to his before he became a lawyer. Mr. Geraci went to high school at nearby Foreman High School, college at DePaul University, and law school at the DePaul University College of Law and opened one of his first offices in nearby Lincoln Square.
Chicago Bankruptcy Cases are heard in downtown at the Dirksen Federal Building located at 219 S. Dearborn, 8th Fl, Chicago, IL, 60604. Click here for directions on Google Maps.
We are at 4218 N. Cicero Ave., between Montrose and Irving Park Rd. We are on the west side of the street, across from and just south of the UHaul store. Exit 90/94 at Montrose, go west to Cicero and turn south.