Christopher D. Shouldice Advances to Partner at Crane & Norcross
Crane & Norcross proudly announces Christopher D. Shouldice as a partner in the firm.
“I’m proud to step into an elevated role at Crane & Norcross where client service and team collaboration are so highly valued,” Chris said. “As a partner, I look forward to continuing to shape our client’s real estate decisions, building on a successful track record of results-driven outcomes.”
With over a decade of experience, Chris advises and represents national business owners, property managers and developers of commercial, industrial, hospitality, medical and multi-family real estate regarding their property tax issues and assessment challenges.
He has defended significant assessment challenges before various County Boards of Review, the Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board and the Circuit Court of Cook County and has secured favorable tax assessments and negotiated large property tax settlements and refund recoveries for clients.
“We are delighted to welcome Chris to firm partnership,” said James P. Boyle, firm managing partner. “He elevates our firm’s culture with his dedication to client relationships and collaboration, and we look forward to his contributions as partner.”
Joining C&N in 2016 as an associate, Chris has brought a wealth of knowledge to the firm from his previous experience at the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. There, he represented the Cook County Assessor, Board of Review and Treasurer/Collector which allowed him to develop comprehensive knowledge of how to navigate the complex procedures involved when presenting a successful real estate tax appeal and build long-standing industry relationships.
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C&N concentrates on property tax law exclusively and focuses on maintaining trust and delivering exceptional service to clients. Organizations and individuals with interests in real estate face a wide range of complex issues, and C&N assists clients in overcoming property tax challenges and obtaining fair assessments.