Collander Law Offices, Ltd.

608 South Washington Street, Suite 307, Naperville, IL 60540

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Dan Collander

Dan M. Collander

Dan is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communications and minors in Mathematics and Political Science. Dan is a 1979 graduate of IIT/Chicago Kent College of Law earning a Juris Doctor degree and a Bar and Gavel Award recipient. Dan was admitted to the bar in 1979 and has been a practicing attorney in Naperville ever since. Dan is a member of the, Illinois and Dupage County Bar associations. He is a current member of the DuPage County Real Estate Law Committee and the Trusts and Estate Planning Committee. His practice concentrates on Residential and Commercial Real Estate, Trusts, Wills, Probate and Small to Medium Corporations.

Christopher Collander

Christopher B. Collander

Chris graduated from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, in 2012 with a Bachelors of Science in Education degree in Sports Management and minors in Business and Political Science. Chris graduated from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law in May of 2016 and sat for the Bar Examination in July of 2016. Chris was admitted to the Illinois Bar in November of 2016. During law school, Chris held several internships: one with a Civil Litigation firm in Glenview; another with the City of Naperville, where he had his 7-11 License and assisted the City Prosecutor in Traffic Court and DUI Court; and with The Law Offices of Dan M. Collander.

Deborah Collander

Deborah H. Collander

Deborah Collander has been practicing law since 1979. When she began, Deborah worked with a firm specializing in Workers’ Compensation. In 1983, she went to work for the Naperville National Bank as the Real Estate Loan Officer, where managed every aspect of the Real Estate department including escrow accounts, paying taxes and insurance premiums. Deborah has been active in her church as a Communion Server, Chair of Altar Guild, Chair of the Memorial Ministry Committee, and as a Stephen Minister. She has been a member of P.E.O. (a woman’s service organization) for 40 years, having served as her chapter’s president from 1988-1990.

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