Hower law Firm LLC was created to serve the unique needs of each client with experienced advocacy to achieve the best possible outcomes in a cost-effective and efficient manner.
Consistently achieving positive results for her clients does not happen by accident. Attorney Tracey A. Hower is a certified Guardian Ad Litem and Mediator which requires intense listening skills, and she is an effective communicator who keeps her clients regularly informed of the case status and strategy. Inquiries are a top firm priority. Simple inquiries like, "when is my next court date" are handled by the staff. Complex inquiries regarding the case are answered immediately by Tracey, if she is available, or promptly at the next available time. Some attorneys will sugar coat the truth. Although compassion is a priority at Hower Law Firm LLC, honesty with and between the clients and the firm is key. Tracey will always keep you informed and make sure you have honest advice and key information to make critical decisions about your case. Hower Law Firm's goal is to provide superior legal counsel to its clients. Attorney Tracey A. Hower combines her highly effective negotiation skills with her litigation skills in order to handle each case in a holistic manner. When dealing with emotional issues like divorce, parenting time, or getting a loved one legal status, it is of utmost importance to have an attorney that has an innate ability to know when to use each of these important skills. The ability to easily shift into each of these modes allows for the most zealous advocacy and best possible outcomes for all of Attorney Tracey A. Hower's clients.
2445 Dean Street, Suite G
St. Charles IL 60175
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