Gatzke and McFadden Law Offices, is a general practice law firm
Meeting the varied legal needs of individuals, families & small businesses throughout Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties.
Our practice is broad, but our goal is clear: we strive to find the best possible outcome for our clients. We seek compensation for those who have been injured in vehicular accidents and in on-the-job accidents.
We provide relentless criminal defense to those charged with everything from traffic violations, including OWI, to white collar crimes. We help individuals and families reach divorce decrees that provide them with an optimistic outlook. We advise business owners throughout the course their business endeavor. We help individuals and families devise estate planning documents that protect their assets and meet their needs. We have a wealth of experience to fit your needs.
While our law firm has compiled an outstanding track record of success in state and federal courts throughout Wisconsin, we acknowledge that the most aggressive, expensive and time-consuming litigation strategy is not always the best solution for every client. In every situation, we seek to identify the primary objective of our client, design a legal solution to fit that objective, and implement that solution in the most effective and efficient manner possible. Our office maintains flexible hours, responds promptly to questions and concerns, and stays on top of changes in Wisconsin law.
A firm committed to our community
At Gatzke and McFadden Law Offices, we are dedicated to the communities in which we serve and work within. That is why we spend time each year volunteering to an array of community activities and volunteer efforts. Additionally, we donate to several local charities. We strongly believe in giving back and in helping the organizations that strive to improve the lives of people around us all. Gatzke and McFadden Law Offices takes pride in giving back to the communities in which it works with. The firm has donated its time and serves several organizations around the New Berlin and Waukesha areas each year.