Victor K. Oraham - Attorney-at-Law

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Victor K. Oraham - Attorney-at-Law

Estate, Trusts, Wills & Probate, Accident & Injury, Wrongful Death

  • Fax: 847-920-1600
  • Firm Size: Solo Practice
  • Firm Year: 1983
  • Office Hour: Weekdays 8:00AM -9:00PM, Weekends 9:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Language: English, Assyrian also avail.

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Wills & Probate, Trusts, Estate Planning, Personal Injury
Estate Planning and Serious Personal Injury (I associate with top injury firms)

Mr. Oraham’s practice is concentrated in the area of estate planning and serious personal injury. He has assisted hundreds of individuals, couple... (more)

Victor Oraham, formerly of the Oraham Law Fim, PC and Victor Kurish Oraham, PA, is an attorney with over 30 years experience.

Mr. Oraham’s practice is concentrated in the area of estate planning and serious personal injury, including wrongful death.

In regard to estate planning, he has assisted hundreds of individuals, couples and families provide for the possibility of their incapacity and the inevitability of their passing by establishing estate plans that meet their needs and honor their wishes.

Because Mr. Oraham is a solo practitioner, when handling personal injury or other litigation matters, he associates with or refers matters to other attorneys and firms and remains actively involved and available to you to assure that you are effectively and represented and that your questions are answered. In this way, you have the benefit of Mr. Oraham's considerable experience at no additional cost to you beyond your basic fees.

He is licensed to practice in the states of Illinois (1984) and Florida (1983). He is a graduate of the Florida State University College of Law, and is a nationally-recognized speaker on legal and financial topics.

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Victor K. Oraham - Attorney-at-Law

Accident & Injury, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Estate, Trusts Law firm


Victor K. Oraham - Attorney-at-Law
Serving Cook and Neighbor Counties
Glencoe, IL 60022
42.135717,-87.76602

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Serving Cook and Neighbor Counties
Glencoe, IL 60022

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