Firm Overview

Kumor & Hipple, P.C. handles bankruptcy cases in Kane, McHenry, DuPage and Cook counties. We have significant experience handling both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 cases.

Example cases

We do not release information about our clients or cases because the information is often privileged and confidential.

Main Office
303 West Main Street
West Dundee  IL  60118
  • (847) 426-2900
  • (847) 426-2907


Free Initial Consultation?
Yes. In nearly all situations, we offer free initial consultations to potential clients.
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
During the initial consultation we advise the client of the fee arrangement for their case. If there is an applicable discount through an employee benefit program, we advise the client of the discount available to them at that time.
Hourly Rates
We provide information about our hourly rates during the initial consultation.

Office Information

Office Hours
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Office Manager
Not applicable.
Emergency After Hours
Languages Spoken
Mr. Kumor speaks fluent Polish.

Other Offices

Saint Charles
100 Illinois Street, Ste. 200
Saint Charles,  IL  60174
Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy Attorneys
Serving all of Chicagoland, including Kane, DuPage, Will, Lake, McHenry and Cook counties.

Is your firm willing to help a client with one discrete part of a case, without taking on the whole case?

In some cases, we are able to assist a client with one part of a case, without taking on the whole case. Although, it would depend on the nature of the cases and specific circumstances.

What are your policies about dividing work within the firm to make the process most cost-effective for the client?

We routinely divide work between the partners and our staff in an effort to provide the most cost-effective representation for our clients.

How frequently does your firm use mediation, arbitration, or collaborative law to resolve cases?

Not applicable.

Does your firm provide pro bono legal services or otherwise participate in your community?

We provide pro bono legal representation in some cases, which is decided at the initial consultation. It is entirely the decision of the partner in charge of the case whether the case will be pro bono.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

We believe that a client should be actively involved in the progress of preparing their case through resolution of the matter. Therefore, we make a genuine effort to ensure that our clients are aware of the current status of their case and we try to involve the client in next step decisions, wherever possible.

What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?

We encourage our clients to educate themselves on the legal issues they are facing, so that they can better understand their options and make informed decisions.

Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?

We are willing to review documents prepared by clients where we believe it will be helpful with handling their case.

Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?

During the initial client consultation, we review the preliminary facts of a client's case to discuss the best option for the client. The initial bankruptcy consultation usually takes at least one hour, where we provide counsel on alternatives and the process involved with both a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 case. In some cases, it may be prudent for a client to continue without the assistance of an attorney. Although, we generally cannot continue to provide counsel to a client after the consultation, if they decide not to retain us, as it is often not helpful and/or unethical for us to do so.

Roxanna Hipple

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