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Ribbon Cutting – New Sheboygan Office

By Gaby | September 20, 2019

Join us in celebrating our new Sheboygan office with the Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 starting at 12:00 pm. The official ribbon cutting will be at 12:10 PM. Meet, mingle and tour the new office facility with your local Steimle Birschbach, LLC attorneys, Michelle Birschbach, Alison Petri, Samuel Spurney and Gina …

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Long Term Care Planning Presentation

By Gaby | September 20, 2019

Please join us for a Long Term Care Planning presentation on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 starting at 6:00 pm.  The presentation will be held at CNC Links. Hors d’ oeuvres will be served. Attorney Alison C. Petri from Steimle Birschbach, LLC will discuss planning for long term care with Medicaid including what the current rules …

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Steimle Birschbach, LLC Welcomes Attorney Gina C. Ziegelbauer

By SB Law | July 15, 2019

Steimle Birschbach, LLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Gina C. Ziegelbauer has joined the firm as of June 24, 2019.  Attorney Ziegelbauer received her bachelor’s degree at St. Norbert College and law degree from Marquette University. Ziegelbauer will focus her practice on matters relating to Estate Planning and Medicaid Planning.  For more information about …

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The Transfer on Death Deed

By SB Law | July 8, 2019

By: Thomas A. Griesbach 2019 Probate avoidance is a “hot topic” in estate planning and a Transfer on Death Deed can help you avoid probate.  ”Probate” is a court proceeding which often requires the assistance of an attorney and can take up to a year to complete.  In many situations, the probate process is often …

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Steimle Birschbach, LLC New Sheboygan Office Location

By SB Law | July 1, 2019

SHEBOYGAN, Wisc., June 29, 2019 – Steimle Birschbach, LLC announced their new Sheboygan, WI office located on 2108 Kohler Memorial Drive, Suite 110.  Steimle Birschbach, LLC is a well-known local law firm that has offices in both Manitowoc and Sheboygan, concentrating in areas of business, trusts & estates, elder law, and real estate law. Steimle …

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SOAR: Women Reaching Higher – Lakeland University Event

By SB Law | January 23, 2019

SOAR, Lakeland University’s professional women’s network, informs, connects and empowers women by providing opportunities for professional development and personal growth. SOAR: Women Reaching Higher is an annual event with the goal to inspire and encourage women to reach their full potential. It offers the opportunity for mentoring, leading and networking in a supportive and respectful …

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Make your Estate Planning Resolutions for 2019

By SB Law | January 17, 2019

By:  Alison C. Petri © 2019 This is the year to make a promise to yourself and your family to get your estate planning in order.  It isn’t easy to consider what may happen when you become disabled – or worse. However, these issues do not go away by ignoring them and, in fact, can …

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Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements: What’s the Point?

By SB Law | July 10, 2018

Confidentiality and Non-disclosure Agreements are a fact of life for many businesses.  Companies are asked to sign them all the time. But do they really accomplish anything?  The answer – as is often the case in legal matters – is, “it depends.” Generally speaking, a Non-Disclosure Agreement (or in industry jargon, an “NDA”) is intended …

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Who should I choose as guardian for my children?

By SB Law | June 14, 2018

By:  Alison C. Petri © 2018 One of the hardest decisions parents need to make is to determine who they want to care for their minor child upon death (i.e. a “guardian”). No parent wants to imagine this possibility, but it is imperative for it to be part of the planning process. Below are some …

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