Upon Graduation from law school, Evelyn C. Gross was employed for six years as an Assistant Attorney General in the Consumer Protection Division of the Illinois Attorney General's office.  During her first year working as an Assistant Attorney General, she attended John Marshal law school taking evening classes obtaining a further advanced legal degree, a LL.M. in Taxation. 

Mrs. Gross started her law firm in Oak Park and now thirty - nine years later, she continues to enjoy advising families regarding estate planning, elder law, business law issues, divorce and overall, questions concerning taxation. 

Mrs. Gross has been sworn in before all nine justices of the United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C.  She is also admitted to practice before the Northern District Court in Illinois.  With a background of travel to over seventy countries around the world, in 2007, Mrs. Gross was invited to travel to Russia with a delegation of attorneys and judges where she met with fellow attorneys practicing law in St. Petersburg, Russia, discussing human rights issues, constitutional law, family law, and tax issues.  She has also traveled in a similar legal delegation to a conference in Cairo, Egypt meeting with leaders practicing in the field of law.   

Actively involved with the Notre Dame Tax and Estate Planning Institute, Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning and Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal education courses, Mrs. Gross is especially skilled in estate planning special needs trusts and elder law issues.