About Glenn Grevengoed
Glenn Grevengoed learned to practice law in the nation's largest unified court system in Chicago. Beginning his career at the Illinois Attorney General’s office in 1986 he went into private practice in 1990. Practicing in downtown Chicago, he had offices on Michigan Avenue and on Wacker Drive. Prior to moving to Vero Beach, Glenn also worked for a Charitable Foundation where he practiced exclusively in the area of charitable estate planning.
In 2003 he relocated to Vero Beach and practices in the areas of Estate Planning, Real Estate and Probate law.
Glenn is involved in a number of church and civic organizations including Christ the King Presbyterian Church where he serves as an elder, the Vero Beach Exchange Club, Past-President, a Member of the Indian River County Planned Giving Council, and a member of the Vero Beach Christian Businessman’s association. Currently, he is Secretary of Business Builders of the Treasure Coast, BNI. He is a member of the Indian River County, Florida, and Illinois State Bar Associations. He is admitted to practice in all Florida and Illinois State and Federal Courts and also is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, The Seventh Circuit Federal Court of Appeals, and is a member of the Federal Trial Bar for the Northern District of Illinois.
Our firm specializes in real estate law, probate, and estate planning, and litigation. In the real estate area, we can assist with construction lien issues or foreclosure. In estate planning, we have expertise in the area of charitable planning and can assist you in supporting your favorite causes.
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