Hayley Pieper Damian joined Joseph W. Pieper, Attorney at Law, LLC as an associate attorney in 2017. Hayley concentrates her practice on the probate of adult and minor guardianship estates, decedent’s estates, trust litigation and administration, estate planning, and occasional real estate matters.
Hayley is also appointed by judges as a Guardian ad Litem to assist in matters relating to the appointment of a guardian for both adults with disabilities and minor children, as well as court-appointed counsel for respondents in contested guardianship matters. Additionally, she regularly volunteers her time with Chicago Volunteer Legal Services in accepting appointments as a pro bono Guardian ad litem in Cook County adult guardianship matters.
Hayley graduated from the DePaul University College of Law, where she was on the Dean’s list, served on the Executive Board of the Child and Family Law Association, and obtained a Certificate in Family Law. Hayley earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Psychology and a Minor in Spanish from the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
In her free time, Hayley enjoys traveling and trying new restaurants with her husband, going on long walks with their rescue dog, Abby, and spending time with her family and friends
Admitted to practice in Illinois
• J.D., DePaul University College of Law
• B.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
• Chicago Bar Association
• Women’s Bar Association
Joseph W. Pieper (“Joe”) has been practicing law for over thirty (30) years, focusing his area of expertise in Probate, involving the administration and litigation of adult disabled estates, decedent’s estates, and minor’s estates.
Elizabeth M. Toth (“Liz”) joined Joseph W. Pieper, Attorney at Law, LLC as an associate attorney in 2019. Liz focuses her practice on the probate of adult and minor guardianships, decedent’s estates, as well as some residential real estate.
Nola C. Pieper joined Joseph W. Pieper, Attorney at Law, LLC as an associate attorney in 2021. Nola focuses her practice on probate of adult guardianships and decedent’s estates.