Attorney Jencie Richtman Exemplifies Compassion by Helping Veterans for Free

helping veteransFor everything that veterans sacrifice for our country, it is an honor to be able to find a way to make their lives easier when they are in need.  Churchill, Quinn, Richtman & Hamilton, Ltd’s own Jencie Richtman is committed to accomplishing that goal, and has been recognized as a standout volunteer for Public Interest Law Initiative’s veteran’s pro bono program.

Illinois Armed Forces Legal Aid Network (IL-AFLAN)

Jencie volunteers through Public Interest Law Initiative’s IL-AFLAN, representing veterans, active duty military and their spouses and dependants who are in need of legal services across Illinois.  They may need assistance with discharge upgrades, benefits appeals, or civil legal problems like family, housing or consumer issues.  Jencie provides these services free of charge, out of the kindness of her heart, to those who cannot afford them.

Why She Volunteers With Veterans

As a newer attorney, she wanted a productive and fulfilling way to make use of any down time at the office.  She feels this is a respectable organization and is proud to honor our veterans and active military by offering them legal services that may not be able to acquire otherwise.

Jencie joined Churchill, Quinn, Richtman & Hamilton, Ltd in 2017 and specializes in decedent’s estate administration, guardianships, trust administration, estate planning, and real estate.  As a Grayslake native, Jencie’s priority in her practice is to always serve and help those in the community with which she has such a long-standing connection.  She enjoys the challenge of working with veterans’ issues and feels that they are extremely easy to work with and appreciative of her support.

Veterans are truly heroes, and at Churchill, Quinn, Richtman & Hamilton, Ltd we are all very thankful for their service to our country.  We are also thankful for our own hero, Jencie Richtman, for the selfless service she provides to those veterans in need.  Contact us at 847-223-1500 and read more about Jencie’s efforts here: