Our Legal Team

Hubeny & Zaba, LLC, in Westmont, Illinois, combines the skill, experience and tenacity of attorneys Wesley Zaba and John R. Hubeny. Together, they provide sophisticated, comprehensive advocacy focused on meeting the needs and protecting the interests of our clients.

Our lawyers have years of experience, and have demonstrated the legal skills and dedication to personal service that get results. We know the law, the court system and how to find workable solutions to your problems through negotiation and litigation.

We promise maximum availability too, and we are accessible for any sudden questions or concerns you might have during any phase of your case.

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Call 630-455-0500 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation with our lawyers. We respond promptly to after-hours messages and email.

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John R. Hubeny

Phone: (630) 457-1047
Phone 2: (866) 493-3813
Fax: (630) 455-0505
Chicago native John Hubeny concentrates his practice in real estate, business law, estate planning and trust and probate administration. In the landmark case Hubeny v Charise, Mr. Hubeny’s arguments set precedent law in Illinois. He truly enjoys his profession and relishes being able to help people. Read More
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Wesley C. Zaba

Phone: (630) 457-1047
Phone 2: (866) 493-3813
Fax: (630) 455-0505
Attorney Wesley Zaba focuses his practice on real estate law, estate planning, family law, corporate, and divorce law. He has helped thousands of clients purchase and sell real estate since he began practicing, and has represented individuals and businesses all over the Chicagoland area. Read More
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