Communities We Serve – Baraboo

Thank you for visiting our website to learn more about our law firm, including our deep connection to the local area. If you live in or around Baraboo, it’s not uncommon to come across our firm at a local event or gathering. Those who live in Baraboo need no introduction as to what the city has to offer. As the county seat of Sauk County, Wisconsin, there are many reasons why the city is known for being one of the best places to live in the entire state.

From its location on the Baraboo River to its relatively small population of just over 12,000 people, everybody who lives in the region is proud to call it home. Despite its small size, there is always something exciting happening in and around Baraboo. For example, it is home to the Circus World Museum. And here is another fun fact: the Al. Ringling Theatre is one of the top landmarks in the city. Other well known landmarks throughout the city include the International Crane Foundation, Devil’s Lake State Park, and Aldo Leopold’s Shack and Farm.

We Serve the Baraboo, Wisconsin Area

Covering a total area of 7.47 square miles, Baraboo is far from a large city. Even so, there is plenty to see and do within such a small area. If geography and history both pique your interest, it’s time to visit nearby Baraboo Hills. Regularly recognized by the Nature Conservancy for its commitment to preservation, the area is known for its rare plants, animals, and rock formations.

Baraboo is a Great Place to Live

To go along with a variety of real estate options, as well as a low crime rate, there are many other reasons why Baraboo is a great place to live. One such reason is its education system. At this time, the School District of Baraboo has one high school, one middle school, one kindergarten, and four elementary schools. With this mix, students throughout the city have access to some of the top schools in the state.

Baraboo is also home to a University of Wisconsin campus, known as the University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County. The school is situated on 68 beautiful acres and claims an enrollment of approximately 700 students.

We Care About Baraboo

In today’s day and age, it can be difficult to establish a local presence in close-knit cities like Baraboo. Fortunately, we have been able to do just that over the years. Even though national chains continue to change the local landscape, we have carved out a space to ensure high quality, personal service to anybody who needs it.

When you visit our law firm’s Baraboo office, you will feel like you are at home. Every staff member is available to assist you with your needs. Ever staff member will go out of their way to point you in the right direction and make you feel comfortable. It is this approach that makes Baraboo a great place to live, and we have implemented it into the day-to-day atmosphere within our firm.

The Help You Need from an Estate Planning Attorney

Are you a Baraboo resident in need of an estate plan? Do you need help with your business, such as forming the proper entity? Were you or a loved one recently injured in a motor vehicle accident?

If you require the assistance of a highly qualified legal team, you have come to the right place. We understand that every person is facing a unique situation. And this is why we continue to provide personalized service to everybody who reaches out to us. 

When you contact our firm, you never have to worry about being left in the dark. We create a plan that is perfect for you and your family, ensuring that you understand what the future holds and how to make the right decisions. It can be difficult to understand the ins and outs of the law. This holds true from estate planning to personal injury law and everything in between. We provide a free initial consultation to answer your questions, provide advice, and to build a relationship that you can move forward with should you desire.

To learn more about our law firm or to setup a consultation, do not hesitate to contact us online or via phone at (800) 431-9776.

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