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T. Michael Schober heads the firm’s litigation and municipal law group. His practice focuses on land development and zoning issues along with related litigation. In addition, he handles civil litigation related to commercial matters and personal injuries.
Thomas G. Schober is a Certified Public Accountant as well as an attorney. His practice concentrates on business and taxation law, with extensive transactional experience in mergers and acquisitions.
John Schober concentrates on elder law, real estate, probate, estate planning and governmental law. He previously served as a New Berlin City Alderman and Common Council President and later as a Wisconsin State Representative. He currently serves on the State Election Board and is Village Attorney for Big Bend.
Robert F. Sullivan advises clients doing business in a variety of industries on transactional matters including: business entity selection and formation, mergers and acquisitions, succession planning, real estate purchases and sales, employment, and other general business matters. He is also responsible for handling business litigation matters for corporate and individual clients.
Charles Stansberry, Jr. (“Chuck”) is a Shareholder and works primarily out of the New Berlin office. He advises clients on issues of estate planning, Title XIX and Elder law, real estate matters, probate issues and general corporate law.
John J. Sage – John is a member of the Wisconsin Elder Law Section and concentrates his practice in the areas of Estate Planning, Taxation, Elder Law, Probate, Business Law and Real Estate Law. John served on the San Camillus Foundation Board of Directors from 1999 to 2004, and acted as the Westchester Neighborhood Association President from 1999 to 2005.
Todd M. Goodwin advises clients on issues of contracts, entity formation, business law, real estate, estate planning, wills and trusts from the firm’s New Berlin location.
Robert B. Peregrine practices in the area of real estate, probate, estate planning and corporate law.
Terence P. Cahill (“Terry”) advises his clients from the firm’s Oconomowoc office on issues related to real estate, probate, wills and trusts, estate planning, condominium associations and civil litigation. Terry served as a Waukesha County Assistant District Attorney from 1972-1976. He also served as a part time Waukesha County Corporation Counsel from 1980-1983. Terry has been in private practice since 1976 and is currently a Court Commissioner for Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge Robert Mawdsley.
Quintin A. Sullivan is an associate attorney with the firm. His practice areas include: Business Law, Civil Litigation and Collections.
Thomas G. Kreul’s practice concentrates on Real Estate, Estate Planning, Business Litigation, Personal Injury, Social Security Disability and Family Law.
Jeremy M. Klang received his law degree from Marquette University Law School in 2016, graduating magna cum laude. His primary practice areas are Business, Real Estate, Tax, and Estate Planning Law. Jeremy practices out of both the Oconomowoc and New Berlin.
Christopher M. D’Errico is an associate attorney with Schober Schober and Mitchell, S.C. whose practice primarily focuses on handling probate matters (formal and informal), in addition to elder law, estate, and Medicaid (Title XIX) planning issues.
Jessica Schober Braun concentrates on estate planning, elder law, real estate, and probate. She is a third generation Schober attorney, following in the footsteps of her grandfather, Theodore Schober, and her father John C. Schober.
When Barry joined the firm as “Of Counsel”, he brought along expertise in many areas of law as an attorney, lecturer, and consultant in business/corporate/LLC, Chapter 181 non-profits, employer law, estate planning, real estate, and emergency medical services law. Barry consults with clients primarily in the Wauwatosa area, but is also available at any of the firm’s other locations.
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