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Martha BozicMARTHA BOZIC
Attorney

Martha Bozic graduated from Loyola University of Chicago, cum laude in 1994 and then went on to graduate from Loyola Law School. Martha has had her own practice concentrating in real estate, bankruptcy, and business law since 1997. Martha works with developers, sellers, buyers, businesses, and people suffering from financial hardship. She is well known and respected for her ability to connect with clients and for her problem solving skills. Martha is the first generation daughter of parents who emigrated from former Yugoslavia in the early 1960s. Martha grew up alongside her parents and the business they established known as George’s Liquor and Deli on the north side of Chicago which has extremely strong ties to the local Serbian, Bosnian, and Croatian communities. The deli served the needs of community and more importantly served as a gathering place whether newly immigrated locals could get together, connect, and maintain fellowship. Martha is proud of that legacy and continues the tradition of serving the local community.

Rina HodzicRINA HODZIC
Senior Legal Specialist

Rina, also a graduate of Loyola University of Chicago in 2004, has been working with Martha since 1999. Rina holds an Illinois Real Estate Broker’s license since 2005. Among Rina’s additional accomplishments are certifications for ABR (Accredited Buyer Representative), ADPR (Accredited Distress Property Representative) and CRPM (Certified Residential Property Manager). Rina's experience gives her the unique advantage of understanding all sides of a transaction to help better serve clients. Rina was born in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Rina immigrated to the United States with her family in 1996. Between 1992 and 2000, Bosnian-Americans settled into communities all over the United States with approximately 100,000 settling in the Chicago land area.