Lauren Pierucci (Elder Law Attorney)

Dedicated to You:

Lauren Pierucci joined Delaney Delaney & Voorn, Ltd. as a law clerk in 2013 and then became an Associate Attorney in 2014. She devotes her legal practice to Elder Law, focusing primarily on long-term care planning, estate planning, and guardianships. Lauren is very detail-oriented, but uniquely maintains the ability to concentrate on the ultimate goal and see past the details to effectuate the best impact for the client. She is a Guardian ad Litem in Will County and is an excellent writer.

Dedicated to the Job:

Ms. Pierucci graduated with a B.A. from Columbia College in Chicago and earned her J.D. from The John Marshall Law School, where she also received a Certificate in Elder Law. While at The John Marshall Law School, Ms. Pierucci was a member of the Moot Court team and worked as a legal research assistant for the Elder Law Department, during which she contributed to publications about issues impacting elderly clients and their families. Most recently, she contributed to an article which was published in the Creighton University Law Review entitled, “The Forgotten Rule of Professional Conduct – Representing a Client with Diminished Capacity” and another in the August 2007 issue of the Illinois Bar Journal, entitled “Protecting Client Settlement Funds with Special Needs Trusts.”

Dedicated to Success:

Before joining Delaney Delaney & Voorn, Ltd., Ms. Pierucci worked as a manager at Walgreens, where she recognized the need for a legal education to properly assist aging clients with their most complex needs like healthcare and insurance. After that, she served as a judicial clerk in Will County and as a law clerk for the Office of the Public Guardian, the Center for Disability and Elder Law, and for Professor Barry Kozak. Attorney Pierucci is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Illinois State Bar Association, the Chicago Bar Association, the DuPage County Bar Association, and the Will County Estate Planning Counsel. She is also a frequent speaker to community groups and senior organizations. Lauren resides in the Chicago suburbs, with her husband, Chris, and their daughter.

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The Supreme Court of Illinois does not not recognize certifications of specialties in the practice of law and the CELA designation is not a requirement to practice law in Illinois