- State of Illinois
- University of Minnesota – Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. 2006
- University of Southern California – Master’s degree in Teaching. 2008
- Northern Illinois University College of Law. 2013
Professional Associations/ Accomplishment
- Kane County Bar Association
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Illinois Real Estate Lawyers Association
- National Association for Elder Law Attorneys
Brandon Ayers joined VLK Law as an associate attorney in March 2020. Brandon Ayers prides himself on providing client-focused service that blends a commitment to care and positive outcomes to clients and their families. Brandon enjoys serving young families, working professionals, and retirees by guiding them through stressful and complex decisions. He is an experienced estate planning, income tax planning, and real estate attorney who has helped hundreds of clients navigate through important life events.
Brandon believes that modern estate planning requires focus on more than end of life issues. Other considerations including aging, disability, long-term care, and multi- generational income tax are essential to a crafting a comprehensive estate plan. Brandon stands alongside clients to guide them through difficult, yet important decisions that result in estate plan that serves the unique nature of each person’s situation. While Brandon cannot solve every problem in someone’s life, he aims to provide clients a plan that helps confidently navigate the unknowns ahead.
Brandon’s commitment to his clients extends into sales and purchases of their homes. Over the better part of the past decade, Brandon has helped many of his clients achieve their home buying and selling dreams. Brandon has created a system of clear and open communication with his clients and their realtors to ensure a smooth closing process that reduces unnecessary stress and ambiguity.
Brandon brings a diversity of life experiences to his practice. He began his legal career after teaching high school history and coaching soccer. Brandon has carried his classroom practices of meeting individualized needs, as well as breaking down complex topics into clear, understandable concepts to his practice of law.