Timothy B. Anderson

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Timothy B. Anderson
Attorney at Law


Primary Areas of Practice:
Business Formations, Transactions and Litigation
Construction Litigation
Commercial & Residential Real Estate
Estate Planning & Elder Law

Marquette University Law School – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Juris Doctor Degree, 2000

Marquette University – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and English, 1997

Wisconsin Supreme Court – All State Courts of Wisconsin, 2000
U.S. District Court – Eastern District of Wisconsin, 2000
U.S. District Court – Western District of Wisconsin, 2000

Tim was born and raised in West Bend, Wisconsin.  During his undergraduate tenure at Marquette University, Tim interned for former Congressman Scott L. Klug in Washington, D.C., while simultaneously receiving political science course instruction from Wisconsin Congressman and U.S. Secretary of Defense Les Aspin.

Tim was selected in 2006 as a Wisconsin Rising Star by Wisconsin Super Lawyers & Rising Stars Magazine.  He was previously selected as one of the Fox Valley’s “Thirty under Thirty” in a special edition of the Post Crescent, saluting the Fox Valley’s up-and-coming business leaders.  Tim was also previously rated as a “Premium Pick” in a survey of lawyers conducted by the Fox Cities Magazine.

Tim and his wife, Emily, reside in Neenah.

Professional & Community Activities:
Director/Past President/Past Vice President, Agape of Appleton, Inc.
Member, Outagamie County Bar Association
Member, Winnebago County Bar Association
Past Associate Member, Valley Home Builders Association
Past Member, Fox Valley Estate Planning Council
Past Member/Past President, New London Rotary Club
Past Director, Friends of Mosquito Mill, Inc.
Past Director, State Bar of Wisconsin General Practice Section
Past Volunteer Arbitrator, Construction Arbitration Board Valley Home Builders Association
Past Volunteer, Bay Lakes Council/Division of Boy Scouts of America
Past Volunteer, State Bar of Wisconsin Business Assistance Program
Past Volunteer, Outagamie County Clean Break/Juvenile Diversion Program

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