Gabriel G. Orenic
Gabriel G. Orenic is an Associate Attorney with Spesia & Ayers, having joined the firm as an attorney in 2003.
Mr. Orenic focuses his practice primarily in the areas of Estate Planning, Probate, Real Estate, Medicaid Planning and Corporate Law. In the Probate Area of Law, Mr. Orenic works with the administration of decedent’s estates, guardianships for minors and guardianships for disabled adults. Mr. Orenic also works with executors, administrators and guardians in contested guardianships and decedent’s estates.
In the area of Estate Planning, Mr. Orenic works with clients in preparing Wills, Powers of Attorney for Property and Health Care, Trusts (for Estate Tax Planning and Non-Tax Planning), and Special Needs Trusts for minors or disabled adults.
In addition, Mr. Orenic handles various aspects of Municipal Law, and has served as the Administrative Hearing Officer for the City of Joliet and the Villages of Manhattan, Minooka and Homer Glen.
Mr. Orenic clerked for the firm for two years while he attended The John Marshall Law School, where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree in June of 2003. Mr. Orenic is admitted to practice in all Illinois State Courts and the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Mr. Orenic was born and raised in Joliet and currently resides in Shorewood with his wife, Krystal, and their son, George. He graduated from Joliet Catholic High School in 1985 and went on to attend Barry University in Miami, Florida where he earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English in 1989. He returned to Joliet and taught at the Joliet Township Alternate School during the school year and spent the summers working for the Boston Symphony Orchestra at their summer home, Tanglewood, in Lenox, Massachusetts.
Mr. Orenic is a second generation lawyer, following his father, Michael A. Orenic, Retired Chief Judge of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit, Will County, Illinois.
Mr. Orenic is a member of the American Bar Association, the Illinois State Bar Association, and the Will County Bar Association. Mr. Orenic is a past President of the Estate Planning Council of Greater Willl County, has served on the Board of Directors of the Senior Services Center of Will County, and is a member of the Knights of Columbus.