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Huck Bouma PC, Attorney
Chair of Estate and Trust Administration Group
Chair of Estate and Trust Disputes Group

1755 S. Naperville Rd., Suite 200
Wheaton, IL 60189
T: 630-221-1755
F: 630-221-1756

Timothy S. Midura, C.P.A., J.D., LL.M., is an attorney with the law firm of Huck Bouma PC, in Wheaton, Illinois. Mr. Midura’s practice is oriented to: complex estate and trust planning and administration, including disputed and conflicted matters; charitable gift facilitation; and complementary tax, financial matters, and business matters. He is the chairperson of Huck Bouma’s Estate and Trust Administration Group and is chairperson of the firm’s Estate and Trust Disputes Group.

Mr. Midura is licensed as an attorney in both Illinois and Florida. He is also a registered certified public accountant.

In addition to his Juris Doctor (JD) and CPA credentials, he also has a masters degree (LL.M.) in taxation. His undergraduate degree double majored in accountancy and finance.

Prior to entering private law practice, Mr. Midura was a member of the tax department of a "big four" public accounting firm.

Mr. Midura has numerous published articles to his credit and speaks frequently on topics of estate planning and administration, charitable gift facilitation, and related financial and business matters. He has contributed to or been quoted in, among others, Forbes, Chicago Sun Times, The Journal of Gift Planning, and Illinois CPA Society News. He is the author of the Estate Planning Primer: What Everyone Needs to Know About Estate Planning, Everyday Mistakes in Estate Planning, and a series of Estate Planning Memoranda, published by the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education (IICLE). Mr. Midura also authored the chapter Handling Charitable Bequests and Trusts in IICLE’s Estate Administration book.

Mr. Midura has served on behalf of a number of boards of not-for-profit foundations and corporations, including Christian Ministries Foundation (a community foundation), in Georgia, ALM International (an international health organization), in South Carolina, Soli Deo Gloria (an international sacred music production foundation), in Illinois, and Spectrios Institute for Low Vision (a nationally recognized provider of professional assistance to people with low vision and their families), in Illinois. He has served on the estate and gift tax planning committee of the Illinois CPA Society and as a director of the Chicago Council on Planned Giving. He presently serves on the board of directors for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education.

Mr. Midura has a special interest in charitable endeavors and in facilitating charitable giving through estate planning — that meet family goals. He has demonstrated a special talent in handling complex and conflicted estate and trust matters, including estate and trust arbitration and mediation.























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