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  • Milwaukee County Estate planning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    Review: “I met Mark 4 years ago through one of my financial advisers with Edward Jones. I knew that I needed to protect the assets I had accumulated at that point but really didn't know where to start. Mark Rogers and his team...
  • Milwaukee County Estate planning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    Maureen L. O'Leary is the owner of Willms-O'Leary, S.C., located in Thiensville, Wisconsin (Ozaukee County). Maureen practices in the areas of business law, estate planning, estate administration, probate, trust administration, real estate, accou...
  • Milwaukee County Estate planning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    The greatest compliment I hear repeatedly from clients is that I made the estate planning process less difficult than they imagined, that I explained complex concepts so they made sense, and that the documents I prepared for them were clear and un...
  • Milwaukee County Estate planning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    My main practice area is protecting my clients' assets from the devastating cost of long term care. Most clients do not realize that a nursing home stay costs over $100,000 per year. I give my clients advice so that they can get government checks ...
  • Milwaukee County Estate planning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.6  
    Licensed
    Our loved ones are often the reason we work so hard.  My job is to help you make sure your loved ones are properly cared for and to preserve your resources for their benefit.   Becoming a new father really brought this into perspective for me.  I...
  • Milwaukee County Estate planning Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 8.2  
    Licensed
    I empower my clients through education and advocacy. I want you to understand your planning and my advice, not just walk away with a bunch of documents that you couldn't explain to someone else.