Professional Legal Services Near Me in Watertown & Lake Mills, WI
Our Areas of Practice
Since its founding in 1922, our firm’s goal is to provide quality legal services that meet our clients’ needs in an efficient and ethically responsible manner. Neuberger, Griggs, Sweet & Froehle, LLP is a full-service law firm, representing clients in a range of matters, including the following:
Our attorneys have successfully handled tens of thousands of personal injury cases.
Sometimes there is no other option to resolve a dispute other than the court system.
Our attorneys are here to work with you throughout your life to ensure your estate plan and financial arrangements are up to date and meet your changing needs.
Probate & Trust administration relates to the general transfer of the assets of a deceased individual to his or her designated heirs.
We understand that business problems and opportunities need prompt attention, so we are available to our clients when they need us.
Guardianship is a legal mechanism that enables one person, called a guardian, to make legally recognized and enforceable decisions for another person called the ward.
Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in which a person with debt problems can get a fresh start.
Creditor and debtor rights deal with asserting a creditor’s or debtor’s rights in state and federal courts.
If you have been charged with a crime, you need knowledgeable and effective legal representation immediately.
Health Insurance & ERISA Litigation
If your employer provides a group health plan, and coverage for medical expenses is denied, time is of the essence.
Family law is the collection of legal issues that impacts an individual and their family.
We have a thorough understanding of the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants under Wisconsin law.
Municipal law is the representation of municipalities and similar entities in various legal matters.
Our attorneys provide effective and affordable representation in a full range of traffic law matters
Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with the difficulties of worker’s compensation cases.