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Attorney John Jokela is licensed to practice law only in the State of Wisconsin. John Jokela Law Firm LLC provides this website as a source of information and for advertising. None of the information on this website is legal advice. Contact an attorney if you need legal advice. Using this website or contacting the John Jokela Law Firm LLC does not create an attorney client relationship. Our firm will take no action on your behalf until and unless you formally retain this firm to represent you and the firm agrees to represent you.

You should retain an attorney if you need legal advice. The legal information provided is general in nature and also based on certain assumptions which may not apply to your situation.  Therefore, you should not rely on the information contained on this website to make decisions about your case.  You should contact an attorney to discuss the particulars of your individual situation. The law and administrative regulations may change from time to time, and it is not always possible to update information on this site immediately. Therefore, information on this website may be out of date sometimes, so you should contact an attorney to discuss the details of your situation and ensure that you are properly advised.

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John Jokela Law Firm LLC is a limited liability corporation. The State of Wisconsin allows attorneys to register their law firms as limited liability companies; however, law firms so organized are required to register with the proper State authority and to maintain professional liability insurance, and lawyers performing professional services are not relieved from personal liability for their own acts, errors, or omissions.