About Sherman Law Offices

About Sherman Law Offices

Serving Clients Throughout Wisconsin With Offices in Jackson and Clark Counties

At Sherman Law Offices, our lawyers have a combined total of more than 40 years of legal experience. We represent clients throughout Wisconsin in a number of legal areas. Practicing since 1983, our attorneys have established long-standing ties to the community and many of our clients are referrals from past clients and other attorneys. This is largely due to our determined commitment to high-quality, personalized service. By listening carefully to every individual, we can determine a strategy based on their unique needs and situation. Call our office to schedule a consultation regarding your situation.

A Wide Range of Help & Legal Protection

Our general practice law firm provides clients with focused representation in a variety of practice areas. Assisting individuals in and around Neillsville and Black River Falls and throughout the state of Wisconsin, our lawyers are experienced at handling most legal matters, including:

  • Personal injury
  • Divorce & family law
  • Business law
  • Real estate law
  • Criminal law
  • Traffic law

In our practice, we always strive to build relationships with our clients. By establishing a long-lasting relationship, we believe can do our job more effectively.

A Diverse Team Committed to the Community

Sherman Law Offices combines the backgrounds and personal strengths of three attorneys to create a law firm that focuses on friendly and personable service. Our lawyers are committed to being accessible to their clients and being involved in the community.

Attorney Jon Sherman has over 35 years of legal experience. In his spare time, he teaches for Junior Achievement in the local schools and volunteers for many charities, including United Cerebral Palsy.

Sherman Law Offices supports many local causes in the community including the Wounded Warriors Project. Donations also will be accepted for the project, which has helped tens of thousands of wounded service members return to civilian life and assist their families. It also is intended to raise public awareness of wounded warriors' needs. For more information about the Wounded Warrior Project, go to www.woundedwarriorproject.org.

Call 715-284-5381 or 1-800-892-7732 to speak with an experienced and friendly Wisconsin attorney.