The attorneys of Curtis, Heinz, Garrett & O'Keefe recently celebrated the 30th anniversary of the firm with a party commemorating the milestone. A room full of family and friends honored the history of the firm, toasted the present and looked to the future, planning for the next 30 years. One of the highlights of the evening was the unveiling of "Black Hearts White Minds," a historical fiction novel by Mitch Margo, CHGO attorney and author; the book was given to each of the guests at the celebration.
Founded in 1987 with the merger of two firms (represented today by Lee Curtis, Ken Heinz, Carl Lumley and Steve Garrett), CHGO is a general practice law firm with a reputation for bringing experience, integrity and value to clients. Today 20 attorneys represent practice areas including municipal law, family law, business law, real estate law, estate planning, trusts and probate, securities arbitration, tax law, personal injury law, criminal law and traffic law.