Please note that starting May 26, through September 1, our office hours will be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday; however, during that time our office will be closed to the pulbic on Fridays after 1:00 p.m.
The Anderson, Wilmarth, Van Der Maaten, Fretheim, Evelsizer Olson, Noble, Lynch & Zahasky Law Office traces its roots to 1957, when it was founded by attorney Paul Strand. Since then, the firm's partners have dedicated themselves to being active members of the Decorah community and providing the highest-quality legal representation to residents and business owners in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota.
The advantage of our firm is that we are a true team of lawyers, each with particular areas of professional focus who frequently collaborate in the best interests of our clients. We are committed to providing prompt service and attention to each of our clients, whether they are seeking assistance with business contracts, estate planning documents or are involved in litigation. Attorney Andrew Van Der Maaten is a certified mediator who provides mediation services to individuals seeking an alternative to litigation.
Whether your legal needs are simple or complex, you can benefit from the experience and commitment to client satisfaction that our firm provides. Contact Anderson, Wilmarth, Van Der Maaten, Fretheim, Evelsizer Olson, Noble, Lynch & Zahasky to schedule a consultation. Email us or call 563-382-2959.
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