Kenosha County, Wisconsin Social Security Disability/SSI Lawyers
I joined the law firm as our primary Family Law practitioner in 1994. In addition to handling divorces and custody disputes, I also enjoy assisting clients in Social Security Disability claims when their benefits have been denied. I obtained my Juris Doctorate from the University of Madison in 1979. Thereafter I spent several years in Family Law and Probate for a Milwaukee firm and as a sole practitioner. I am a member of the Waukesha County Bar Association as well as the State Bar of Wisconsin.
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Chantelle M. Ringe’s practice focuses on estate planning, elder law, planning for individuals with special needs, adult guardianships, small business matters and real estate transactions. Chantelle works with elders and families of elders who are in need of long-term care, individuals who have special needs, and individuals looking to establish an estate plan that is tailored to their unique concerns and goals. Chantelle also advises individuals in the administration of trusts and probate estates, and frequently assists individuals with business organization, business succession plans and real estate-related matters.
Wade is a native of La Crosse and has lived in Madison since spending his third year of law school at the University of Wisconsin. Before moving to Madison, Wade lived in Minneapolis where he attended the University of St. Thomas Law School for his first two years of law school. Throughout life Wade has been motivated to help disadvantaged populations. The most profound experience for Wade was volunteering at a Peruvian orphanage before attending law school. The time there can be described simply as eye-opening. During law school, Wade continued to be committed to volunteer work by spending...
(608) 784-0841 300 N 2nd Street
La Crosse, WI 54601
La Crosse, WI 54601
Using the philosophy grounded from his experiences from the mental health field, Mr. Kaehne believes that not only should a law firm be both reputable and aggressive in serving the needs of their clients; but also passionate, with the ability to understand the challenges and anxiety each of his clients face in the midst of any type of legal matter. This philosophy has not only proven to be instrumental in both building a strong bond between Mr. Kaehne and his clients, but also in achieving positive outcomes for each individual he represents
John A. (Jack) Kaiser has represented clients throughout Western and Northwestern Wisconsin since 1976. For over three decades, he has represented injured and disabled workers and their families in workers compensation disputes, Social Security Disability Insurance appeals, and personal injury and disability insurance claims. Since 1992, he has limited his practice to only those areas of law.