“People come to our office at the outset of legal matters vulnerable and exposed, both emotionally and financially. My goal is to make sure our clients are protected on all fronts. It is of utmost importance to deliver superior results to our clients.”
By bringing a practical approach to problem solving, Tyler Willey helps his clients move forward with their lives by addressing the complex, emotional and often difficult situations that arise in legal matters. Since joining the firm as an associate attorney in 2017, Mr. Willey concentrates his practice exclusively in the area of business and family law, including the distribution of estates and complicated custody disputes. Mr. Willey represents business owners, executives, professionals, divorce and custody disputes, as well as in the preparation of premarital and post-nuptial agreements.
At the end of the day, Mr. Willey understands the unique needs and goals of each of his clients, and uses his practical approach to achieve the best results for those clients, whether through negotiated settlement or contested litigation.
A lifelong resident of Illinois, Mr. Willey earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Illinois State University in Economics with a minor in Business Administration., and earned his Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School. While in law school, Mr. Willey focused his studies on trial advocacy, alternative dispute resolution, and earned special designation in the same.
While in law school, he earned the Best Oralist award for his performance in the IL Moot Court Competition and worked as both a peer mentor and oral argument tutor for legal writing courses as a second year student. He participated in the National Veterans Law Moot Court Competition in Washington D.C., placing in the top 10 nationally.
During law school, he followed his passion and interned for the Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic using his 711 license to work with Assistant State’s Attorneys to reduce and/or eliminate charges against veterans for petty offenses. Mr. Willey acted as mediator in small claims court helping parties utilize alternative dispute resolution to come to amicable agreements promoting efficiency of the court. He also interned with a criminal defense firm, performing legal research on complex issues in criminal cases and assisted in drafting all manner of legal motions as well as developing trial strategies for serial murder, drug trafficking, gang and domestic violence, prostitution, and other criminal law cases.
Bar & Court Admissions:
Illinois State Bar (2017)
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Illinois State Bar Association
Member, Chicago Bar Association
Member, DuPage County Bar Association
Member, McHenry County Bar Association