I am a sole practitioner associated with the well-established law firm of Moore &... more
I am a sole practitioner associated with the well-established law firm of Moore & Egerton, L.L.P. We are located just across from the courthouse in the heart of Iowa City, and I practice regularly throughout Eastern Iowa in Johnson, Washington, Cedar, Iowa, Linn, and Louisa Counties. My goal is to provide my clients with the highest quality legal services in a friendly, low-key manner. My firm... view profile
Chad Zenisek is an associate with Klinger, Robinson Ford, LLP. His philosophy places... more
Chad Zenisek is an associate with Klinger, Robinson Ford, LLP. His philosophy places clients first by using technology to work efficiently and quickly communicate important information. He maintains a general practice, including but not limited to, consumer and commercial bankruptcy, trusts and estates/probate, real estate, family law, business entities and agricultural law. Disclosure:... view profile
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