Who is Joel Green?
Joel Green is a seasoned attorney working closely with individual and business clients to provide advice and counsel in addressing their legal questions and concerns. Joel is licensed to practice law in Missouri and Illinois and splits his time between AEGIS’ main office, located in Clayton, Missouri, and its office in O’Fallon, Illinois.
Joel joined AEGIS after spending several years practicing at a large, regional law firm, located in St. Louis, Missouri. Joel has significant experience representing individual and business clients in the areas of estate planning, trust and probate administration, fiduciary relationships, real estate transactions and development, landlord / tenant issues, community associations and commercial and residential property management, strategic business planning and counseling, mergers and acquisitions, franchise and distribution relationships, business entity selection and formation, and commercial transactions.
Joel is on the Advisory Board of Directors for the St. Louis Crisis Nursery, and is a Director for the Delta Dental Health Theatre. Additionally, Joel is a member of the school board for Queen of All Saints School and is active in the parish community.
Joel is a member of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, The Missouri Bar Association, The Illinois Bar Association, and the American Bar Association’s Real Property Probate and Trust Sections. In addition to the private practice of law, Joel is an Illinois licensed real estate broker and an owner of Advanced Title Solutions, Inc., a title and escrow company located in O’Fallon, Illinois.
Joel has been married to his wife, Abbie, for 14 years and is the proud father of twin sons and a daughter. In his free time, Joel enjoys playing tennis, traveling and cheering for the St. Louis Cardinals.
- Saint Louis University School of Law, Juris Doctorate
- Saint Louis University John Cook School of Business, MBA
- Bradley University, Bachelor of Science
- Board of Directors at Delta Dental Health Theatre
- Advisory Board Member of St. Louis Crisis Nursery
- School Board Member of Queen of All Saints
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