YOUR HEALTH IS OUR #1 PRIORITY
In an attempt to comply with the recommendations of state and federal officials, we are now taking the following, additional steps to protect the health and safety of our clients and staff as much as possible:
ALL meetings will be conducted by telephone unless other arrangements are required. For example, an in-person meeting may be needed to sign documents.
Everyone who comes to the door should call (608) 524-1814 before entering the building. This will allow us to assure that we do not have more than a safe number of people inside at once. It also allows us to protect any vulnerable individuals from inadvertent contact with others.
The courts have put together new procedures about scheduling trials and hearing dates. Some matters which have already been pending for some time may be rescheduled. This is for everyone’s safety. We understand it may be frustrating and that it likely means delays in concluding your case. However, we are not able to override any decision of the courts on these policies and procedures.
We may be working remotely, from home, part of the time. This means that although the door may be locked, we are completing your work and remain committed to meeting your legal needs. You may reach us by phone at (608) 524-1814 during regular business hours. You are encouraged to leave voice messages if we are unable to take your call immediately.
We are actively discouraging drop-in meetings at this time.
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When you need to file for divorce and aren’t sure where to start, begin by contacting a dedicated divorce attorney. Attorney Gorsuch has provided residents of Sauk, Juneau, Adams, and surrounding counties with reliable, compassionate legal services since 1990. We specialize in divorce law, our firm offers legal counsel that you can depend on.
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Attorney Gorsuch has extensive experience as a guardian ad litem in child custody matters. This provides her with a unique perspective when it comes to representing parents in custody cases. The law requires that all custody and child placement decisions are to be made in the best interests of the children. We keep this foremost in all cases while advocating for clients who are parents.
Sandy attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics in 1985. After working in the finance industry for a couple of years, she went to law school at Hamline University School of Law, where she graduated in 1990.
Attorney Gorsuch’s entire legal career has been spent in Reedsburg, where she and her husband have raised their two now-adult children. She grew up just a bit further north, on her family’s farm in Adams County.
Sandy enjoys spending time with family and friends, participating in her faith community, reading all types of books, sewing, and quilting whenever she has the time. She is passionate about children and has dedicated her career to making sure they have the best chance for positive futures as their circumstances allow.