Stafford Rosenbaum traces its roots to 1879 and a prominent Madison figure, lawyer John M. Olin. After earning his law degree from the University of Wisconsin, Mr. Olin opened a law office on Main Street in Madison on September 1, 1879. Mr. Olin, who died in 1924, was described as a “brilliant jury lawyer, one of the greatest lawyers this state has ever produced.” Mr. Olin played an integral role in developing Madison’s park system. Olin Park is named in his memory.
Olivia Pietrantoni was recommended to us by our real estate agent when our original buyers were backing out of the buyers' contract with less than 72 hours before closing. Olivia was prompt, professional, and thorough in her encounters with us. When the day of the original closing came and went, she walked us through every avenue we could pursue with the other party. She laid out all facts and scenarios for us and gave her professional opinion on the best outcome for us. She was compassionate with our situation and made the whole ordeal so much easier while we prepared to re-list our home.
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