Find Bankruptcy Lawyers in Wisconsin

Find Bankruptcy Lawyers in Wisconsin

12 Bankruptcy Lawyers found in Wisconsin
Lein Law Offices
15692 US Hwy 63, Hayward, Wisconsin, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy, Personal Injury, Social Security Disability
19 years in practice
Law Office of Haley Wright
1101 West Clairemont Avenue, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54701, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy, Trust & Estate
26 years in practice
Reff Baivier Bermingham & Lim
217 Ceape Avenue, Oshkosh, WI, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy
22 years in practice
Petit & Dommershausen, SC Law Offices
2001 Bowen Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901, USA
Areas of expertise: Auto Accidents, Bankruptcy, Divorce & Family Law, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury
8 years in practice
Sparr, Belville & Brown
103 High Avenue, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy
29 years in practice
Stafford Rosenbaum LLP
222 West Washington Avenue, Madison, WI, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy, Divorce & Family Law, Employment Law, Trust & Estate
24 years in practice
Eastbridge Law Group, LLP.
101 Dempsey Road, Madison, WI, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy, Criminal Defense, Divorce & Family Law, Immigration Law
11 years in practice
Heuer Law Offices
9312 W National Ave, West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53227, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy
21 years in practice
Bruck Law Offices
322 E Michigan St, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy
36 years in practice
Lombardo Law Office
2230 South 108th Street, West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53227, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy
19 years in practice
Kohn Law Firm
Kohn Law Firm

Kohn Law Firm

735 North Water Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy
25 years in practice
O'Flaherty Law
215 S Hamilton St, Madison, WI, USA
Areas of expertise: Bankruptcy, Divorce & Family Law, DUI Law, Immigration Law
13 years in practice
24 Bar Associations found in Wisconsin
Wisconsin Intellectual Property Law Association
Milwaukee, WI, USA
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Wisconsin School Attorneys Association
122 West Washington Avenue, Madison, WI, USA
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Wisconsin Hispanic Lawyers Association
111 East Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI, USA
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Wisconsin District Attorney’s Association
Madison, WI 53701, USA
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About the Wisconsin Legal System

There are two federal courts in Wisconsin: a state supreme and a state court. In addition, there is a trial court with limited and general jurisdiction.

Nonpartisan elections are used to elect the seven justices of Wisconsin's Supreme Court, 16 judges of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, and 249 judges of Wisconsin Circuit Courts. The Supreme Court justices serve 10-year terms, while the other judges serve six-year terms. If they want to continue on the court's bench, all judges must run for reelection.

The Eastern District of Wisconsin and the Western District are the federal district courts for Wisconsin.

Two federal bankruptcy courts are located in Wisconsin. These courts have jurisdiction over bankruptcy cases. The Eastern District of Wisconsin Bankruptcy Court and the Western District of Wisconsin Bankruptcy Court is the federal bankruptcy courts in Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin Supreme Court, which has seven judgeships, is the state's court-of-last resort. It has administrative and discretionary appellate authority. Original cases can be heard by the supreme court. The supreme court typically reviews appeals from the court of appeals.

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals serves as the intermediate appellate court for Wisconsin. The court of appeals is not subject to the same rules as the supreme court. It has primary jurisdiction and cannot choose which appeals it hears. The Wisconsin Court of Appeals' primary function is to correct mistakes in circuit court cases. Unless the Wisconsin Supreme Court rules otherwise, opinions of the Court of Appeals become binding precedents.

Circuit courts in Wisconsin are the trial courts that have original jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases. These courts are broken into branches. There are 249 circuit judges in the state. Each county has at most one branch, with six exceptions. The state is divided into nine administrative areas, but judges are elected county-by-county.

About Wisconsin

Wisconsin is the country's largest cheese producer, producing about 25% of America's cheese. It ranks second in milk production after California and third in per capita milk production, behind Vermont and California. Wisconsin produces about 25% of the country's butter. The state is first in the nation for the production of corn for silage and cranberries gingering. It produces more than half of the nation's cranberries. It also produces 97% of the nation’s ginseng. Wisconsin is also a major producer of sweet corn for processing, including potatoes, sweet corn, tart cherries, and maple syrup. A Wisconsin quarter depicts a Holstein cow, a corn ear, and a wheel made of cheese as an example of the state's importance in agriculture production. To promote state agricultural products, the state selects annually an "Alice in Dairyland".

Commercial food processing is a large portion of the state's manufacturing industry. This includes well-known brands like Oscar Mayer, Tombstone frozen Pizza, Johnsonville brats, and Usinger’s sausage. Kraft Foods employs over 5,000 people in the State alone. Milwaukee is a major beer producer and was once the headquarters of Miller Brewing Company, which was the nation's second-largest brewery until it was merged with Coors. Pabst, Blatz, and Schlitz were once the cornerstone breweries of Milwaukee.

Wisconsin Lawyer FAQs

How much does a lawyer cost in Wisconsin?

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How many active attorneys are there in Wisconsin?

There are approximately 24,000+ active lawyers in the state of Wisconsin. This number reflects all lawyers registered with The State Bar of Wisconsin.

Who licenses attorneys in Wisconsin?

The Wisconsin State Bar licenses all attorneys in Wisconsin. A lawyer that is not licensed by the state bar association cannot practice law in full capacity.

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