Milwaukee’s small businesses rely on Hart Law Office for assistance with business formations, contract negotiations and much more. We strengthen your company’s foundation by determining which business entity suits your needs, negotiating terms and conditions and helping you build a solid business plan.
Real estate can be the largest investment in one’s life. As such, it is critical to have an attorney review your real estate contract to prevent loopholes and guarantee a legally sound document. Our law firm provides assistance to individuals and families buying or selling property. We also represent clients in select small business and commercial real estate matters.
Preparing for a time when you can no longer care for yourself or your family is an unpleasant yet necessary task. We create and update estate planning tools — including wills and trusts — in accordance with state laws to reduce the risk of contentious litigation involving your assets after your death.
Our attorneys help families through the process of probating an estate while grieving for lost loved ones. We are sensitive to your emotional stress and treat you with the compassion and understanding you deserve during this difficult time.
While Hart Law Office does everything possible to help clients resolve legal matters before litigation becomes necessary, we are aggressive advocates when the need arises. We will do everything possible to protect and assert your rights in the municipal, county, state or federal courts of Wisconsin.
Hart Law Office is located in Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward and can help you with a wide range of legal matters throughout southeast Wisconsin, including Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, Washington and Ozaukee counties. We offer complimentary consultations to all prospective clients and take evening and weekend appointments as needed. Reach out to our law firm online or at 414-436-3212.
Q: What is a divorce?
A: A divorce is the legal termination of marriage. All states require a spouse to identify a legal reason for requesting a divorce when filing the divorce papers with the court. The reasons given when filing are referred to as the grounds for divorce.Read More ›