Top Mount Pleasant Collaborative Lawyers - Iowa

  • At The Law Office of Laura M. Krehbiel PLC, we help the people of Donnellson, Iowa, and surrounding communities with all their estate planning legal needs. We recognize that these are emotional and difficult decisions that families must make, and we take a compassionate, efficient approach that guides you toward a result you can feel good about. Our law office offers a variety of legal services to...

  • With a record of outstanding client service in personal injury, criminal defense, family law, collaborative law, real estate, bankruptcy and civil litigation that goes back more than 40 years, the law firm of Johnston, Stannard, Klesner, Burbidge & Fitzgerald, PLC, in Iowa City represents people on a wide range of legal problems, especially those that arise unexpectedly and place your most...

  • A Solutions-Focused Litigator Serving Dubuque, Iowa, And The Surrounding Area Matthew Boleyn, Attorney at Law, is a Dubuque, Iowa, native who dedicates his career to helping area residents find positive solutions for their most pressing legal matters. He provides clarity to an often confusing legal process, helping to provide much-needed peace of mind. As your lawyer, Mr. Boleyn can guide you...

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    Dedicated to helping you with all of your important and pressing legal issues, the law firm of Cooper, Goedicke, Reimer & Reese in West Des Moines, Iowa, provides exceptional representation and support to those facing serious and complex legal challenges affecting their lives, their families, their freedom and their future. Serving clients throughout Polk County and the surrounding areas of...

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