Daniel Nedset received his Juris Doctor from Marquette University Law School in 2009. Attorney Nedset previously was an Associate Attorney at Kirchner Law Office, S.C., Sheboygan, Wisconsin, where he represented clients as sole counsel in a multitude of civil and criminal litigation matters, from pre-trial litigation through Court and Jury Trials across a variety of areas of law including Family, Criminal, Bankruptcy, Administrative, Civil, Probate, and Business. Attorney Nedset received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and History (double major), magna cum laude, at Marquette University in May 2006. He joined Bruck Law Offices, S.C. Milwaukee, as an Associate Attorney in April 2016. Attorney Nedset represents numerous creditors in all phases of litigation, including pre-trial litigation strategy, preparation of dispositive motions, and appearing and arguing at multiple Motion Hearings, Evidentiary Hearings, and Court Trials each week. Attorney Nedset is licensed to practice law in the State of Wisconsin and the State of Illinois.

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Daniel Nedset received his Juris Doctor from Marquette University Law School in 2009. Attorney Nedset previously was an Associate Attorney at Kirchner Law Office, S.C., Sheboygan, Wisconsin, where he represented clients as sole counsel in a multitude of civil and criminal litigation matters, from pre-trial litigation through Court and Jury Trials across a variety of areas of law including Family, Criminal, Bankruptcy, Administrative, Civil, Probate, and Business. Attorney Nedset received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and History (double major), magna cum laude, at Marquette University in May 2006. He joined Bruck Law Offices, S.C. Milwaukee, as an Associate Attorney in April 2016. Attorney Nedset represents numerous creditors in all phases of litigation, including pre-trial litigation strategy, preparation of dispositive motions, and appearing and arguing at multiple Motion Hearings, Evidentiary Hearings, and Court Trials each week. Attorney Nedset is licensed to practice law in the State of Wisconsin and the State of Illinois.

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