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Timothy Creedon III was born, raised and resides in Ottawa, Illinois. He is the father of two sons and two step daughters and proud grandfather of four. Tim is a member of St. Columba Catholic Church, Ottawa Elk Lodge #588 (Past Exalted Ruler), Ottawa Township School board member and avid golfer.
Tim completed his law studies at Creighton University, passed his Illinois Bar Exam (1st Attempt) and was admitted to practice in 1977.
Tim started his law career working with many other attorneys at various Ottawa locations in the general practice of law. After more than two decades of handling family , municipal, real estate and probate law, he became a sole practicioner centralizing his practice in real estate and probate matters.
Tim and Sandra Stoudt , for the past decade, have focused their attention on all your real estate needs, including residential and commercial real estate, contract preparation/review, title preparation/examination, and, of course, transaction closings.
Tim along with other local professionals, (real estate agents/brokers, lenders, title companies) will strive to make your real estate transaction smooth and uncomplicated as he has so done for the past 30 years.
Tim is prepared to assist you in:
- Residential Real Estate
- Commercial Real Estate
- Farm Real Estate
- Contract Preparation/Review
- Title Examination/Preparatation
- Notary Public
Turn to us for any need
Whether you have questions or legal problems, we can provide you with help. Let us help you with the buying or selling contract. Let us help to protect your rights in any transaction or arrangement. You can also trust our licensed and experienced team to handle all aspects of the title search and closing.
Expect us to provide quality service
When you work with Timothy J Creedon III, you’ll get knowledgeable customer service from an attorney with more than 30 years of experience. Trust us to provide you with competitive rates and fair, accurate advice for any residential real estate concern you have.