Byrne Law Office is your one-stop debt relief solution in Central Wisconsin.

We provide every client the personal attention and dedication they deserve. Please call Byrne Law Office today at 715-848-2966 for an appointment.

Bankruptcy – Get a Fresh Start Today to Build a Better Tomorrow

If you need a fresh start, call the Byrne Law Office. We will work with you to explore every option available and help you resolve your financial problems. Stop those harassing phone calls, keep your home out of foreclosure, and avoid wage garnishments. We have over 40 years of experience in Chapter 7, Chapter 12, and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, as well as Chapter 128 proceedings. Your first one-half hour is free.

Consumer and Creditor Rights – Prompt and Professional

Byrne Law Office assists both consumers and creditors in a wide variety of foreclosure and collection actions. Byrne Law Office represents both creditors and debtors in disputes involving debt repayment, contractual obligations, foreclosures and mortgage litigation.

With more than 40 years of experience in foreclosure matters practicing in the Central Wisconsin area, Attorney Terrence J. Byrne is well positioned to offer the expertise and depth of knowledge that his clients need.

Tax Law – We Listen, We Understand, We Help

Terrence J. Byrne, as CPA and an attorney, is uniquely qualified to represent you with respect to audits and tax collection problems. We understand that IRS collection and audit letters are stressful and intimidating. You do not have to face the IRS alone. Remedies often include filing a Chapter 13 as well as offers in compromise and installment agreements. We can also assist you in obtaining a release of tax liens and preventing levies on your wages and bank accounts.

Business Law – Experienced and Respected

Byrne Law Office is focused on helping our business clients achieve financial and tax success. Whether you are operating a small or a large business, we will provide the legal advice your company needs. We help our clients deal with simple and complex business issues. Our focus includes business start-ups and formation, business transactions, business disputes, and business litigation.

For more than forty years Terrence J. Byrne has been the first choice of many Central Wisconsin businesses. If your business is in need of legal assistance, please contact us today. We are always ready to help.

Estate Planning – Protecting your Family’s Future

We draft wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents that provide guidance to family members, protection to the individual and their family, and put clients’ minds at ease.

Whether your needs call for a complex estate plan to save assets from estate tax or a simple estate plan to distribute your assets, we will help. We routinely assist clients with developing an estate plan, whether they are recently retired with adult children or young individuals just starting out with minor children. It’s never too late or too early to plan for the future.

In addition to the preparation of wills and trust agreements, Byrne Law Office also assists in the preparation of financial powers of attorney, health care powers of attorney, living wills, marital property agreements, and other estate planning documents.

Real Estate – Guiding You Through Each Step When It Matters Most

At Byrne Law Office we assist our clients with commercial and farm real estate matters. We understand that purchasing real estate can be one of the most exciting and stressful times in your life. We will help you reduce the stress and make the real estate acquisition experience a pleasant one.

We routinely assist our clients in reviewing complex real estate offers to purchase, leases, development agreements, and financing documents. At Byrne Law Office we will protect your investment and provide guidance through the legal steps necessary to complete all of your real estate projects.

Disclaimer

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.