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The Attorney for you

Professional and experienced legal services in Burt, Dodge, and Washington County.

Hopkins Law Office provides quality, up-to-date legal representation of:

  • Criminal Defense
  • DUI
  • Wills/ Estates/ Guardianships/ Probate
  • Dissolutions/ Paternity/Child Support/ Modification
  • Juvenile Law
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury/ Wrongful death/ Auto Accident
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Business Formation

The laws are constantly changing. You need an attorney who will provide you with the most up-to-date information for your legal situation. 

Whether you are going through a divorce, acting as a guardian, injured due to negligence or facing criminal charges, the legal system can be confusing and hard to navigate without an attorney. The choice you make in the courtroom has a huge impact on your life. We inform you of your rights and arm you with the knowledge needed to best defend those rights. 

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How do I know if I need an attorney? 

We know you don’t need an attorney for every legal situation. However, we also recognize that the law can be complex and confusing. By retaining an attorney, you get peace of mind knowing someone knows the laws, deadlines and all of the proper forms and documents to file in your situation. An attorney will help you understand your rights and guide you through the steps of your legal situation. The attorney advises you of your legal obligations, helps you through the legal process, and protects your interest in a legal situation. 

Ask yourself these questions:

  • Do the legal issues involved have long-lasting consequences?
  • Have the laws changed regarding this situation?
  • Could I get jail time?
  • Does the other party involved have an attorney?

If you answered yes to any of these questions you should consult with an attorney.


How will I pay for an attorney?

How can you afford not too? Handling the matter yourself could end up costing you more money and your future.

In some cases you can use your bond as a payment towards your attorney fees.

For medical malpractice and personal injury matters we don't get paid unless you do.

We do offer a payment plan.