Bach Is Your Financial Future.
555 Skokie Blvd., Northbrook, IL 60062
Penelope N. Bach is an attorney of Bach Law Offices and has been serving consumers and clients throughout Illinois for more than a decade. She is admitted to the Illinois Bar, Northern District and Southern District of Illinois Federal Trial Bar, and the Northern District and Southern District of Illinois Bankruptcy Court.
Ms. Bach graduated from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in education. She continued her education seeking a Master’s degree in education from Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois. Prior to entering the legal profession, Ms. Bach worked with children of special needs as a lead teacher for seven years.
Believing that there was a better way to service the community and help people in need, Ms. Bach attended DePaul University, College of Law where she graduated in December 2004 and was admitted to practice in the State of Illinois on May 5, 2005.
Since becoming a licensed attorney, Ms. Bach has represented consumers through many different facets of life. She has assisted people who are struggling financially through the Bankruptcy Process, represented many individuals in Bankruptcy Court and Federal Court who have suffered the indignities of creditor harassment.
Ms. Bach is dedicated her professional life to assisting people in need. She is actively involved in: National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, American Bankruptcy Institute, and National Association of Consumer Advocates. All of these organizations are integral in the protection of consumers throughout the United States.
Are you facing a stressful legal issue? Call our devoted Northbrook bankruptcy attorney at the Bach Law Offices to schedule your free in-person consultation. We can be reached at (847) 448-0025.
“There is not enough room here to say all that could be said about Penelope. She represented me in a bankruptcy that many other lawyers say could not be done.I do not exaggerate when I say that she saved my way of life.”