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Welcome to the Scheller Law Group

Chances are that you’ve clicked on our home page because you are involved in a dispute with an individual or business and are searching for high quality legal assistance at an affordable price.  If so, you’ve come to the right place.  

The Scheller Law Group offers the best of both worlds to our clients.  We combine the high quality legal service you expect from a large law firm with the responsiveness, personal touch, and value that are the hallmarks of a small firm.  At the Scheller Law Group, we never lose sight of the single most important aspect of our legal practice: you --- the client.  

Each client at the Scheller Law Group is treated as our most important client because we recognize that your dispute is of vital concern to you right now.  And we treat it exactly the same way.  No concern is insignificant.  No case is too small.  

Every client is respected and valued.  And that starts by hearing what you have to say.  The Scheller Law Group prides itself on being active listeners, which is the cornerstone for building relationships and one of our core values.  

We listen carefully to your story, your expectations, and your objectives.  And after listening attentively and thoughtfully, we provide our best legal analysis, help you consider and choose among your various options, and work diligently and creatively to resolve your dispute as quickly and efficiently as possible.

So take a few minutes to explore our website, learn about who we are, where we came from, and what we do.  If you’re looking for the quality, value and responsiveness we provide, feel free to pick up the phone or send us an email from our contact page.  We’d love to welcome you to the Firm as our most important and valued client.

News & Updates from Scheller Law Group

Illinois Sales Tax on Internet Shipping Charges

Your business is expanding. Sales are increasing and your internet store is growing rapidly. The 2009 recession seems nothing more than a distant memory. Then, one day, a process server walks into your office and serves you with a complaint from one of your customers. That customer: an Illinois plaintiff’s lawyer. The complaint: your business failed to collect Illinois sales tax on shipping charges for a purchase made from your internet store. The dilemma: what is this about and how will you respond?