David W. Badger
Areas of Concentration:
Trust and Estate Planning and
Mr. Badger is admitted to practice before the state courts of Illinois, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, and the U.S. Tax Court.
Mr. Badger began practicing law with his father, Warren H. Badger, in 1979, after graduating from the University of Illinois College of Law.
Mr. Badger and his father joined the Firm in 1996. Mr. Badger earned his undergraduate degree (summa cum laude) from Millikin University.
Mr. Badger is a director and past Treasurer of the Sauk Valley Community Concert Association, an Elder in the First Presbyterian Church, a member of the Dixon Noon Lions Club, and a member of the Dixon Library Board. His past community service includes terms as a Trustee and former Chair of the Presbytery of Blackhawk, Trustee of the Blackhawk Presbytery Foundation, director of the Dixon Area United Way, and member of the KSB Hospital Ethics Committee.
David W. Badger concentrates his practice in trust and estate planning and administration, real estate, business law, tax law, agricultural law, and municipal law. Mr. Badger regularly counsels a variety of business and individual clients in addressing complex tax and estate planning matters.