John P. “Jack” Richtman joined Churchill, Quinn, Richtman & Hamilton, Ltd. in 1989 and became a partner in 1995.
Jack’s practice is heavily concentrated in estate matters. He has written hundreds of wills, trusts, and powers of attorney to protect clients’ assets and to provide smooth transitions for their estates. Jack also advises families regarding trust and estate administration and distribution. Over the years, he has represented innumerable clients in the probate court regarding will contests and other contested estate issues.
Jack is an author and frequent lecturer for the Lake County Bar Association. Jack has an ‘A-V’ rating from Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review, the highest possible rating.
Jack is actively involved in several Grayslake area civic organizations, including the Exchange Club of Grayslake, where he served as president in 1993-94. He also was a board member and president (1997-99) of the Exchange Club Foundation for the Prevention of Child Abuse. Jack is active in the Lake County Bar Association, having served on the Trusts & Estates Committee (co-chair 2008-09), Judicial Selection & Retention Committee, and the Special ad hoc Facilities Committee. He is currently president of the Grayslake Scholarship Fund, NFP, which raises over $50,000 annually for college scholarships for Grayslake students through the Grayslake Craft Beer Festival, the largest beer festival in Lake County. Jack has served on the board of the Grayslake Historical Society and on the Village of Grayslake Environmental Protection Commission.Meet our other attorneys