Michelle FitzgeraldOwner, Estate Planning, Divorce, Collaborative Divorce, Divorce Mediation, Consumer Law, New Business Start-up, Probate and Guardianships
Michelle is as an adjunct professor at Marquette University Law School teaching the Mediation Advocacy Workshop.
She is also a recent Past Chair of the Better Business Bureau Board of Wisconsin and formerly served on the Wauwatosa Village BID Board and former school governance councils.
Michelle won the 2011 Women in the Law award from the Wisconsin Law Journal. She is an active member of the Milwaukee Bar, Association of Women Lawyers, and volunteer at the Legal Justice Clinic in Milwaukee. Michelle taught high school mathematics for Milwaukee Public Schools and was a past president of the school management council. She was quoted extensively in the April 2006 edition of Today’s Wisconsin Women Magazine on issues adult children face in caring for their aging parents as well as a past article in the Wisconsin Law Journal on unbundled (al-a-carte) legal services. An early award includes being a finalist for the Innovator of the Year Award in 2002 from the Wisconsin Law Journal, for businesses that offer a fresh approach to their marketplace.
Divorce, including traditional divorce services or coaching and consulting through the divorce process
Collaborative Divorce, working with a team of specialists to amicably work through the changes for your family
Divorce Mediation, with 15 years experience, helping parties resolve disputes while learning how to communicate better in the future
Consumer Law, including car repossession, civil disputes, etc.
Residential Real Estate, including for sale by owner
New Business Start-up, LLC or S-Corp and Partnerships
Estate Planning, including Wills, Revocable Living Trusts, and Power of Attorney documents
Probate and Guardianships, as well as determining if you can avoid probate.