Van Hoof and Schneider Law Firm, located on Main Street in Little Chute, provides legal services for clients in and around Little Chute, Kaukauna, Appleton, Combined Locks, Sherwood, Calumet County, Outagamie County, Winnebago County, Brown County, regarding – Divorce, Child Custody & Support, Maintenance, Real Estate, Bankruptcy, Wills & Probate. Providing peace of mind for over 75 years.
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Family Law Attorneys Finding Solutions that Work for You.
A law firm dedicated to solving your divorce, child custody & support, maintenance, real estate, bankruptcy, wills & probate problems.
If you are facing a divorce, considering selling or buying a house or thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you might feel confused and unsure about the legal requirements. Van Hoof & Schneider Law Firm has been guiding Wisconsinites through the legal system for more than 75 years, helping clients to overcome the obstacles they face. If you are concerned about divorce and the legal process, want to know more about real estate law or are considering bankruptcy, we can help you understand your options.
We take immense pride in offering our clients a friendly and comfortable atmosphere. We believe our firm is set apart by:
Care for every client — We personally handle every case and see it through to completion. You are never just another number to our firm.
Small town values — For more than 75 years, our firm has been helping friends and neighbors from our office on Main Street in Little Chute.
Fairness and respect for all — We conduct ourselves with the utmost professionalism. As your representative, we strive to resolve cases with care and respect for our clients as well as other parties.
Our attorneys are committed to our community and helping others in need. If you are facing a problem regarding divorce, child custody & support, maintenance, real estate, bankruptcy, wills & probate, you need an attorney dedicated to getting you the best result possible.
Our practice has served local communities for more than seven decades. Our attorneys are well versed in a range of legal subjects, including:
Divorce — Divorce can be a complicated process; you should have a lawyer who understands the challenges of Wisconsin's marital property statute. Our firm has more than 75 years of experience helping friends and neighbors through difficult times.
Maintenance — Better known as "alimony" or "spousal support," maintenance is a court order that requires one former spouse to provide monetary support for the other. A court determination that maintenance is necessary is very specific to a particular case. We can help ensure your maintenance amount is fair.
Child custody & child support — Child custody and child support are critical issues to every parent. If you are concerned you may be facing a serious dispute over child support or custody, we can fight on your behalf.
Wills & probate — A properly drafted will eases the probate process, reduces the chances of litigation between your heirs and ensures that your estate goes to the proper recipients. We can tailor your will to your needs.
Real estate — Our attorneys are well versed in all aspects of residential real estate. If you are considering buying or selling a home, or need help with a deed, lease or easement, we can guide you through the requirements.
Bankruptcy — Bankruptcy may understandably be a frightening prospect to you, but it is a process that helps many people rebuild their finances and move forward with their lives. We work with our clients to develop a plan that restores them to financial health.
Our attorneys enjoy helping clients improve their lives. Let our experience work for you.
Contact us for a free 30-minute consultation to learn more about our services.
Van Hoof & Schneider Law Firm's office is conveniently on Main Street in Little Chute, and we proudly serve the surrounding area. If you have legal questions, we can help you find the answers. We have flexible hours and respond to client inquiries promptly. Contact us at 920.788.3543 or online at our website to schedule a free 30-minute consultation.