Sandra Kerrick has been practicing in McHenry County since 1974. She lives in Crystal Lake and was raised in Huntley.
Sandra graduated from the University of Illinois, Urbana, in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and history. She received her Juris Doctor degree in 1974 from the Ohio State University, Columbus.
Her areas of practice include estate planning, estate, trust, and probate administration, contested trusts and estates; guardian incompetency proceedings; representing businesses; commercial real estate, including zoning, zoning litigation, contract negotiations, and commercial real estate assessments; also
Appeals to the Appellate Court in multiple areas, including contested estates, zoning, including the appeal to convert the Illinois Institute of Technology’s campus in Crystal Lake into a shopping center, real estate assessments, annexation of 690 acres into Algonquin, gravel mineral law for the county’s natural resources, and representing objectors in siting proceedings for a regional sanitary landfill.
Sandra previously served as attorney for McHenry County College and as part of the firm representing the Crystal Lake Park District.
Sandra served on Crystal Lake’s first Economic Development Committee, as president of the McHenry County Estate Planning Council, on the Board of Directors for the Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce. She presently sits on the Chamber’s Ambassador board, for which she previously served as president, and served on the Chamber’s Economic Development committee when it was first organized.
Sandra served as a Commissioner of the Illinois Supreme Court on the hearing and inquiry boards which discipline attorneys for ethical violations.
Sandra is a member of the American, Illinois, and McHenry County Bar Associations.
The Waggoner Law Firm practices in all areas of commercial real estate, business, estate planning, and probate.
In her spare time, Sandra reads history and politics.