I ama former Sheboygan County Assistant District Attorney andserve as one of the... more
I ama former Sheboygan County Assistant District Attorney andserve as one of the prosecutors for the Village of Elkhart Lake and the Town of Lyndon.I havepreviously acted as a special prosecutor for the City of Sheboygan, Sheboygan County, and other municipalities. I have successfully represented thousands of individuals throughoutmy career, earningme a reputation for success.My experien... view profile
Experienced. Trusted. Award-Winning. My practice is personal and passionate. Clients... more
Experienced. Trusted. Award-Winning. My practice is personal and passionate. Clients value my candor, creativity, aggressiveness, and over a decade of experience. I am thankful clients have asked for my help, and I invite you to do the same. Call my office @ 920.457.5703 or send an inquiry via the contact form on this site and tell me how I can help. Large case, small case, it doesn... view profile
I am a native of Wisconsin who received a bachelor's degree from UW-Madison and then... more
I am a native of Wisconsin who received a bachelor's degree from UW-Madison and then a law degree from the University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene, Oregon. Immediately after graduating from law school I moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to begin my law career, I fortunately have been with the same firm for over 22 years yet since 2005 have been the majority owner of the firm. The firm has o... view profile
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