Hrant “Hud” Norsigian, Jr. – O’Fallon Estate Planning Attorney

Hrant "Hud" Norsigian Jr. |

Norsigian Law Office, LLC

(618) 628-8500

(866) 355-5606

220 E State St, Suite 2C
O'Fallon, IL 62269

Hrant "Hud" Norsigian Jr. | Norsigian Law Office, LLC


Firm Summary

Hrant ‘Hud’ Norsigian, Jr. is the founder and owner of the Norsigian Law Office located in O’Fallon, Illinois. Mr. Norsigian has over 30 years’ experience as an attorney and is licensed in both Illinois and Missouri.

Mr. Norsigian graduated with honors from Washington University in St. Louis in 1985 receiving his Bachelor of Science degree with a major in mathematics and a minor in economics.

Mr. Norsigian graduated from Washington University School of Law (J.D. 1988), Magna Cum Laude and earned Order of the Coif honors. He was also awarded the American Jurisprudence Award for the top grade in Criminal Law. Mr. Norsigian was an Associate Editor of the prestigious Washington University Law Quarterly, where his legal article, Note, Community Property and the Problem of Migration, 66 Wash U.L.Q. 773 (1988), was published.

Mr. Norsigian is a member of the Illinois State Bar Association, the St. Clair County Bar Association, and the Missouri Bar Association.

Mr. Norsigian is the recipient of the Belleville News-Democrat Readers’ Choice Awards for Best of the Best for 2019, St. Louis Post-Dispatch 2016 People’s Choice of Southwest Illinois award for Best Lawyer, and has been awarded Martindale – Hubbell’s Top Rated Lawyer Award for Ethical Standards and Legal Ability, Martindale-Hubbell’s Client Distinction Award (recognized for excellence in quality of service, overall value, responsiveness, and communication ability), Martindale-Hubbell’s Client Champion Gold Award, and member of Marquis Who’s Who. Mr. Norsigian is honored to be a top 100 Lawyer by the National Advocates and one of the Top Lawyers in Illinois by The Legal Network.

Mr. Norsigian is also honored to be an author for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Mr. Norsigian wrote a chapter for the IILCE’s Causes of Action book entitled, Challenges to Taking. Challenges to Taking, Chapter 44, Illinois Causes of Action—Elements, Forms & Winning Tips, Estate, Business & Non-Personal Injury Actions (IICLE, 2008; updated 2010, 2014, and 2016).