Wynn at Law, LLC offers a variety of personal legal services in Southeastern Wisconsin. Our team of attorneys have been recognized as the Best of Walworth County (2016 – Current) and have the rare distinction of being named Rising Stars by Super Lawyers. We have law offices located in Lake Geneva, Delavan, and Salem Lakes, Wisconsin. You can view our areas of practice below and learn more information with our helpful online resources.
When an individual is seeking relief from overwhelming debt, they may consider filing for bankruptcy as an option. Personal bankruptcy is essentially the declaration that an individual is unable to repay their existing debts. There are two primary types of bankruptcy protection for individuals in Wisconsin: Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and one primary type of debt repayment: Chapter 128. Wynn at Law’s attorneys will help you identify which type of bankruptcy or debt relief option best fits your current situation. Our approach guides you through this process and makes sure you feel comfortable with your path forward during this difficult economic time.
Working with a Wisconsin estate planning lawyer provides peace of mind for your future and your loved ones. Even though you will hopefully not need them anytime soon, estate planning documents help to ensure that your healthcare instructions are followed and that your financial assets are transitioned according to your wishes. Last Wills and Testaments are important tools that you can use to ensure your loved ones are taken care of in the future. Wynn at Law’s attorneys have drafted estate planning documents, wills, and trusts for many of our Wisconsin clients including married couples, couples with children, and single individuals.
Wynn at Law’s attorneys are experienced Wisconsin real estate lawyers and active members of the Wisconsin Realtors Association. Whether you are the buyer or seller in a real estate transaction, it is always beneficial to have a qualified and knowledgeable real estate lawyer in your corner. We often help our clients with closing transactions, property zoning, deed preparation, dispute settlements, foreclosures, title insurance review, offers to purchase, and more.
As experienced probate lawyers, we know that the death of a loved one can be a very difficult and emotional time. Your stress level can get worse if there is a dispute about the will of the deceased individual. As your probate lawyers, we will fight to honor the deceased’s last wishes, while distributing assets in a way that resolves the dispute. Our attorneys will also help you through this process including sending letters to creditors, compiling a final accounting, and more.
As Wisconsin foreclosure attorneys, we know how to navigate the complicated foreclosure proceedings, how to manage the financial statements and dense bank documents. We will communicate with the bank on your behalf. Together we can form a legal defense, and design creative mortgage repayment solutions to offer to the bank. We are here to help you through the foreclosure process.
If you’re in Wisconsin and someone owes you money, Wynn at Law, LLC can help. Many times, individuals, such as yourself, are owed money by friends, family members, ex-business partners, co-workers, and more. If you have attempted to collect on a debt owed, but have been unsuccessful, contact Wynn at Law, LLC. Together, we can find a legal solution that allows you to collect the outstanding debt.
If you are facing repossession of your assets, such as a vehicle, you need someone to represent you in court. Our experienced attorneys will fight to help you save your car, truck, or other assets from repossession. If your vehicle is scheduled to be sold at auction, the fight isn’t over yet, as the creditor may still be willing to collect money from you instead. Contact our Wisconsin repossession defense attorneys to learn about your options and to get help.
If you have questions regarding areas of legal practice that are not listed here, we still encourage you to contact Wynn at Law, LLC for legal advice. We are confident in our abilities to answer your questions. If we are not able to help, we will refer you to additional resources or other Wisconsin lawyers that are better suited for your needs.