William Harold Mazur

William Harold Mazur

Founder at William Mazur, Attorney at Law

Chicago, IL


  • user-graduate Education Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
  • Experience 11 years of experience year
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Offers Free Consultation

Practice Areas

Landlord Tenant
Family Law
Personal Injury
Estate Planning
Arbitration & Mediation
Landlord Tenant

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Illinois
    Since 2011

Spoken Languages

  • English: Spoken, Written


Bill is an Illinois and New York licensed attorney operating a general law practice in Chicago. He represent clients throughout the Chicagoland area on matters ranging from tenant evictions and judgment collections, to divorces and much more. Having grown up on the South Side of Chicago, Bill understands the value and importance of high quality service at a reasonable price. His main goal is to carry that mantra into his law practice and provide excellent and effective representation at an affordable price. By operating a virtual law office, he has been able to operate a more mobile practice and cut down on overhead costs. Those savings are passed on to his clients in the form of typically lower hourly rates and numerous flat-fee services. When he is not practicing law, Bill enjoys binge-watching tv with his amazing wife, Chelsea, and their dog, Oilver, or perfecting the fine art of slow-smoked barbecue from a condominium balcony. All clients are entitled to a free 30-minute consultation. Visit WilliamMazurLaw.com today or contact him directly to schedule yours.

Professional Experience

  • Founder & Attorney
    William Mazur, Attorney at Law
    2011 - Current

Professional Associations

  • Illinois State Bar, Young Lawyers Division
    2015 - Current


  • Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
    J.D. (2010) | Law
    2007 - 2010


  • 40 Hours Divorce Mediation Training
    Northwestern University School of Continuing Studies


  • The Chicago Eviction Process
    July 24, 2015
Legal Answers
  • Q. I need a subcontractor agreement. Do I need a business lawyer or can I just do one myself with the help of a template?
    A: You are certainly within your rights to try and draft the agreement you need yourself, but I would strongly caution you to use an attorney. Online templates, even the ones that you pay for, are written in a way to apply to as many situations as possible. Using one is very risky in the event there is a dispute between you and your subcontractor. On the other hand, using an attorney will help you craft a better contract that's more specifically-tailored to your situation and needs. It will be more protective of you in the event of a dispute and won't include language that can unnecessarily bind you to things that aren't in your interest. Best of luck.
    September 10, 2015


  • Free Consultation Free 30-minute in-person or telephone consultations are offered to all new clients. Any time beyond that will be billed at my hourly rate.
  • Credit Cards Accepted Clients are responsible for the small service charge when using a credit card. Inquire for details.
  • Contingent Fees Contingent fee arrangements are accepted on a case-by-case basis. Inquire during your consultation for details.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information My hourly rate ranges from $175 - $250 per hour. The specific rate is negotiated on a case by case basis and largely depends on the complexity of the legal service needed. I also offer several flat-rate services, many of which are related to document drafting or review. Please visit my website at WilliamMazurLaw.com for more details.