For the best possible service, we recommend initial inquiries by telephone or email. Our general inbox can be reached at where your inquiry will be directed to a staff member.
If an in-person meeting is necessary, please contact us in advance to make an appointment.  Unscheduled visits to our offices will increase your wait time.
You can schedule an appointment by calling or e-mailing a Trust Officer directly.  Contact information is on our website:

Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.


The Lisle Land Trust office has relocated to:
2443 Warrenville Road, Suite 125 which is in the building just west of its prior location.

Please call Lilli Kuzma (630) 871-7590 or Maureen Paige at (630) 871-3542
to schedule an appointment.


The Orland Park Land Trust office relocated to the 5th floor.

Please call Linda Lee Lutz at (708) 237-3042 or Martha Lopez at (708) 237-3044
to schedule an appointment.


Three KEY BENEFITS of Land Trusts


Consumer needs are constantly changing and in today’s information age one of the biggest consumer needs is privacy. Millions of people have accessibility to a substantial amount of private, personal, and financial information via the internet. Homeowners realize that their once private information (ownership structure, purchase price, address and mortgage information) is accessible to everyone...



online, making them more vulnerable to identity theft and title fraud. We can help consumers protect their private information by allowing homebuyers the opportunity to purchase real estate confidentially by using a Chicago Title Land Trust. This affords our clients the peace of mind that comes with knowing their personal information is safeguarded. The process of closing directly into a land trust is simple.


In addition to keeping the details of your real estate transaction private, land trusts are a commonly used estate planning tool. Land trusts allow the homeowners to name individuals who will inherit the property upon the homeowner’s death. Using a land trust as your estate planning vehicle is not only easy and affordable, it also lets your loved ones avoid the stress, delays, complication and expense of probate court.


Did you know that you can make it more difficult for certain types of liens to be placed on your property? When you own real estate in your own name, a recorded judgment lien (lien resulting from a lawsuit) will automatically attach to your property. When real estate is owned in a land trust, a judgment against a beneficiary does not automatically affect the property, thus providing your real estate an extra measure of protection in this “lawsuit happy” world.

Educational Videos

History Of Land Trusts

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Interested in learning more?

Please watch our videos here:

  • History of Land Trusts
  • Estate Planning
  • Privacy
  • Lending Options

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Chicago Title Land Trust Company is successor trustee to the listed bank land trustees.



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