I am very excited to officially announce that I have joined Remley & Sensenbrenner, S.C. as an associate attorney!
It has been a long time since my last post so I just want to bring everyone up to date on my transition. Before opening the Law Office of Kristine J. Williams, LLC I knew it would be hard to be a solo practitioner; however, I also know that I thrive on a challenge. With my practice I quickly learned about how to interact with clients, operate a business, and most importantly how to practice law (which law school really does not teach you). However, with my solo practice I was forced to spread my time between business operation and practicing law and I simply did not have the resources, in time and support, to be able to help clients in the way that I wanted to. After I had to turn down a potential client because I did not have the resources to take the matter on I became open to checking out potential opportunities that may be a good fit for me to advance my career and help more clients.
Since I was happy as a solo practitioner I was not looking for just any job, I was only open to the right job. Over the summer I came across an Associate Attorney position at Remley & Sensenbrenner, S.C. in Neenah, Wisconsin and decided to check it out. The firm was looking for a young attorney interested primarily in estate planning to join their transactional group. Since I was practicing in the greater Green Bay and Milwaukee areas, I figured Neenah would be a great central location to continue my practice. I applied and went into my first interview intending to just get a feel for the firm. I left that interview knowing the structure and culture of the firm was a great match for my skills, ability, and what I was looking for in a long term career move. Being so interested in joining the firm, I went into my call back interview with a lot more nerves. Once again I left feeling like I would be a good fit and I was hopeful that they felt the same. Less than a week later I received a job offer and accepted right away excited for this next step in my career.
Remley & Sensenbrenner, S.C. has attorneys practicing in banking law, bankruptcy, business/commercial law, civil litigation, corporate law, criminal law, debt collection, elder law, employment law, estate planning, family law, guardianship, personal injury/wrongful death, probate, real estate, social security disability, and tax law. At Remley & Sensenbrenner, S.C. I will be continuing my practice in estate planning, real estate, and business law with the intention of becoming a go to person on elder law issues down the road.
It has been a whirlwind of wrapping up my solo practice while moving to the Fox Cities. It is still a time of transition with my husband continuing to live in Oconomowoc while he searches for a new job in the Fox Cities but we are both very excited about our new path. I am now about a week into my time at Remley & Sensenbrenner, S.C. and I was right on point with my initial impressions of the firm. The attorneys have the same approach to the practice of law as myself. They are welcoming, compassionate, extremely knowledgeable, and prioritize a positive client experience. I have already learned about different estate planning tools and potential issues as well as different ways of doing things to best achieve a clients objective.
I am really looking forward to growing my practice at Remley & Sensenbrenner, S.C., getting involved in the Fox Cities community and continuing to grow and build relationships with old and new clients. If you have any questions related to estate planning, business law, or real estate please do not hesitate to contact me at my new contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-725-2601!