We appreciate you taking the time to visit our website. In addition to Sauk County residents, we continue to assist people in many other parts of the state. It doesn’t matter where you live or what type of assistance you require. Once you contact us, we’re more than happy to answer your questions and provide you with the service you need to feel better about your situation.
We Serve Sauk County, Wisconsin
Do you live in Sauk County? Do you have questions about estate planning, probate, trust administration, family law or another area of the law that we cover? You have come to the right place.
While the entire state of Wisconsin is beautiful, there are many reasons why Sauk County continues to remain one of the top places to live. Although it has a small town feel, the area is actually much bigger than this.
In addition to covering 849 square miles, the county is home to approximately 62,000 people. Along with this, many areas of the county have been recently developed, ensuring that residents have access to all the modern amenities that they have come to enjoy.
If you currently live in Sauk County, you already know what the area is all about. Conversely, if you’re considering a move to this part of the state, there is a lot to learn.
Above, we discussed some of the basics associated with Sauk County. Now, we’ll examine some of the finer details.
For example, the largest city in the county is Baraboo. Along with this, it was created in 1840, making it one of the older counties in the state.
The Baraboo Micropolitan Statistical Area is part of Sauk County. Additionally, the county as a whole is part of the Madison-Janesville-Beloit, Wisconsin Combined Statistical Area.
If nothing else, this shows you that Sauk County is in close proximity to many big cities, including Madison.
Sauk County Attracts Many People
Are you searching for a place to call home? Are you interested in a small town feel with big city appeal? In this case, you should learn more about Sauk County and everything it has to offer its homeowners.
From buying to renting, you won’t have to search long to find a property that suits your wants and needs (as well as your budget).
Location is important for every homebuyer, but here’s the good thing: there’s no bad place to live in Sauk County.
There are single family homes in planned communities. There are single family homes on many acres of land. And of course, there are quite a few townhomes, condos, and apartment complexes scattered throughout the county.
We serve the entire Sauk County area. It doesn’t matter if you live north, south, east, or west, you can be rest assured that we’re able to provide you with a high level of service.
From the outside looking in, you may not fully understand the geography and transportation options of Sauk County.
As noted above, the county covers 849 square miles. Of this, 18 square miles is water. This is perfect for those residents who enjoy spending time on the water, such as fishing or boating.
Some (but not all) of the major highways that pass through Sauk County include:
- Interstate 90
- Interstate 94
- Highway 16
- Highway 23
- Highway 33
- Highway 58
- Highway 60
- Highway 78
- Highway 130
- Highway 159
- S. Highway 12
- S. Highway 14
If driving isn’t your thing, if you would rather fly into and out of the area, there are four airports in Sauk County:
- Baraboo-Wisconsin Dells Airport
- Sauk-Prairie Airport
- Reedsburg Municipal Airport
- Tri-County Regional Airport
If you live in Sauk County, you’ll find it easy to travel to other parts of the state. And not just because of the many highways that run through the county. It’s also adjacent to many other counties, including:
- Columbia County
- Dane County
- Iowa County
- Juneau County
- Adams County
- Vernon County
- Richland County
Our Sauk County Attorneys can Help
Are you in need of legal assistance? Maybe you’ve been involved in a serious motor vehicle accident. Or maybe you need help creating your first estate plan.
If you’ve come to find that you should consult with an attorney, our legal team is more than willing to step in and provide the assistance you require.
We understand the challenges of interpreting the law on your own. We understand that there are times when you need the help of an experienced attorney. When you contact our firm, you never have to worry about what the future will bring. If nothing else, we can explain the basics of the law and answer your questions.
Remember this: we offer a free initial consultation, as this gives us the opportunity to learn more about your situation and determine the best steps to take in the future. We want to assist you in any way possible, so don’t hesitate to contact us online or via phone at (800) 431-9776. We look forward to meeting with you soon.