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Dillon Law P.C. - Sumner, IA

209 E. 1st Street Sumner, IA 50674

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Updated: 06/30/2022

Sumner Agriculture Law Firm


From the Sumner and Volga City, Iowa, location of Dillon Law P.C., we pursue solutions in family law, agricultural law, bankruptcy, elder law and estate planning. We represent people in northeast Iowa including Fayette, Bremer, Clayton, Chickasaw and Delaware counties. Upon meeting with clients and listening to their stories, the team at our law firm immediately begins working toward the most effective path to resolution...

About Dillon Law P.C.

Practice Areas

  • Agriculture Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Real Estate
  • Estate Planning
  • Family Law
  • Taxation


  • 20%

Published Works

  • Field Manual: Iowa Farmer's Guide to Legal Issues, Amazon, 2012

Ancillary Businesses

  • Tax Prep




Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


209 E. 1st Street Sumner, IA 50674

Other Offices

Dillon Law P.C. 502 Washington St Volga City, IA 52077 563-265-5750

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