Serving as an advocate for the residents of the 13th Subcircuit for the last 41 years, Gary Seyring is a husband, a father, neighbor, and a friend to those who have sought his counsel and guidance. As an attorney and a Certified Public accountant, Gary has always had a unique background with which to serve his clients and the community.
Gary Seyring has worked tirelessly to build a law practice over the years in the Northwest Suburbs. Having a diverse range of clients, Gary has been able to help people from all walks of life, from helping them with personal legal matters to more complex litigation. Having a reputation of being tough, but fair, Gary has been engaged in private practice for almost four decades, involving civil litigation in the areas of real estate, domestic relations, contested probate estates, personal injury, corporations and contracts. He is also engaged in estate planning, elder law, business formation, commercial and residential real estate, individual and business tax planning and preparation. During his career, Gary has also served as an arbitrator in the Cook County Arbitration Program and an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association (AAA) construction industry and HOW program.
While highly engaged in his law practice, Gary has never forgotten the importance about serving our communities. In Schaumburg, Gary has served in leadership positions with community organizations, including the Jaycees (Treasurer), Schaumburg Athletic Association (Soccer Commissioner), and the Campanelli YMCA (Father/Son Program).
In addition, Gary has devoted much of his volunteer time to the Illinois Youth Soccer Association, where for 18 years he served on the Board of Directors. He has assisted the organization, in a number of roles over the years as the Treasurer, as well as a hearing officer, where he dealt with appeals to the United States Soccer Federation (US Soccer). In 2012, Gary Seyring received the Award of Merit for Outstanding Service to Youth Soccer. In recent years Gary has volunteered for the Illinois CPA Society Military Service Tax Preparation Project. CPAs like Gary provide free personal income tax preparation to members of the United States Armed Forces who have recently returned from or are still on active duty in a combat zone. Gary also offers pro bono assistance to help first responders with their wills and estate planning through the Chicago Bar Association Wills for Heroes program.
Gary Seyring earned his B.S. in Accounting from Northern Illinois University, while participating in the University’s Honors Internship Program. He passed the CPA exam in 1974 and worked his way through law school at John Marshall, where he received his law degree in 1978. Gary has resided in Schaumburg for 46 years with his wife, Terry, and their two sons, Brendan and Bryan.