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Peters & Longmuir, PLC - Vinton, IA

415 A Avenue Vinton, IA 52349

Updated: 06/27/2018

Vinton Family Law (Divorce, Adoption, Custody, Child support) Law Firm


Since 1995, Peters & Longmuir, PLC has been serving Independence and Northeast Iowa , representing clients In Iowa, federal, and appellate courts. The cornerstone of our success Is the relationship we maintain with each client. We focus on the needs of each client and their particular situation.

Each client brings with them a unique situation. We try to take the time with a client to truly understand our clients' goals and concerns and consider the options which may be available to them...

About Peters & Longmuir, PLC

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Ristvedt & Peters, P.C.;, January 1, 1995

Practice Areas

  • Family Law (Divorce, Adoption, Custody, Child support) 25%
  • Bankruptcy Creditor Issue 20%
  • Estate Planning Probate 20%
  • Real Estate, Closing, Title Work 20%
  • General Practice 15%
  • Mediation & Collaborative Law
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Bankruptcy
  • Real Estate Law


  • 15%

Representative Clients

  • BV Enterprises (Motel Corporation)
  • City of Independence, Iowa
  • City of Manchester, Iowa
  • Metro Auto, Inc. (Dealership)

Office Information


415 A Avenue Vinton, IA 52349


  • 319-334-9993

Other Offices

Peters & Longmuir, PLC (Main Office) 309 First Street East Independence, IA 50644 - 2854 319-332-2003

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