Bruce Kiselstein offers clients expert counsel in such specialized areas as: Living Trusts; Irrevocable Trusts; Estate Taxation: Asset Protection; Probate; and Trust Administration. Bruce has been practicing estate planning for over 28 years. He has years of experience drafting very sophisticated custom-designed estate plans focused on estate tax reduction strategies. Bruce truly enjoys educating clients as he guides them through the estate planning process. Bruce is a problem solving attorney. His past experience as a litigator provides him with a unique perspective which he uses to help clients make informed decisions while implementing effective estate plans that can avoid future serious problems or unintended consequences. He earned his law degree from John Marshall Law School and also attended the John Marshall Law School Masters in Tax Law program. Bruce is an active member and the past President of the Northwest Suburban Estate Planning Council and also a member of the Northwest Community Hospital Foundation Advisory Council. Bruce lives in Prospect Heights with his wife Joann and rescued greyhound, Turbo.