At Schmoldt Law Office, LLC, we are a different kind of law firm. We are consistent, trustworthy, and professional, giving each new case the attention it deserves. An integral part of our services is to work closely with our clients so that you can make the right decisions for your life, your assets, and your future.
It is the mission of Schmoldt Law Office, LLC to provide exceptional, trustworthy legal services while assisting clients in making sound decisions for their life, assets, and future.
Attorney Anthony J. Schmoldt
How We Can Help You
Our experienced and innovative attorney brings knowledge and insights to each case. We understand that the world is constantly changing and you may be confronted by a confusing array of regulations, questions, and occasional disputes. Check out our areas of practice and call us to set up an appointment today.
We’ve made Estate Planning a primary focus of our practice for years, with countless customized plans designed with the individual planning goals of each client in mind. Our clients can count on our team to effectively assess, recommend, and implement planning to meet the personal planning goals of each situation.
Are you looking to protect your hard-earned assets as you age? We are ready to help. Schmoldt Law Office, LLC works with estate planning needs specific to issues faced by those in their golden years. We are proud to extend our legal experiences to help plan for the future and preserve your assets.
Starting a business or need legal assistance with one you already own? We are ready to help. Schmoldt Law Office, LLC works with business formation, succession, contracts, collections, and other areas of business law. We are proud to extend our legal experiences to help serve clients of all types and sizes.
Administering an Estate can be a daunting task, especially in the wake of losing a loved one. When Schmoldt Law Office, LLC is involved in a Trust Administration, we help our clients successfully carry out the wishes and plans laid out in the Trust, as well as contacting beneficiaries, paying debts, notifying potential creditors, filing and paying taxes, and distributing assets.
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