Attorney Noah Wishau formed Wishau Law Office after spending the first seven years of his career working as an Assistant District Attorney in Racine County. During his time as an ADA, Attorney Wishau served as counsel on countless cases ranging from basic traffic citations to complex felonies. He represented the State of Wisconsin in all manner of pretrial proceedings including initial appearances, preliminary hearings, and pretrial motions. He also served as counsel in over twenty jury trials.
Attorney Wishau represented the District Attorney's Office as the prosecutor in charge of the Racine County Drug Treatment Court for five years. In this program, Attorney Wishau worked with judges, defense attorneys, substance abuse treatment professionals, and probation agents to help people who found themselves in the criminal system because of their addiction issues.
After leaving the D.A.'s office, Attorney Wishau joined Phegley Law Offices. During his three years as an Associate at that office, Attorney Wishau gained invaluable experience in the areas of Family Law and Probate while continuing to expand his experience in Criminal Law. During this time, Attorney Wishau was appointed to serve as Guardian ad Litem by the Racine County Courts. This experience allowed him to serve in hundreds of cases involving Guardianships, Juvenilee Proceedings, and Family Law Cases.
Attorney Wishau grew up in Rochester, Wisconsin and is a proud graduate of Waterford High School. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science from Ripon College, he earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Marquette University. A lifelong resident of Racine County, Attorney Wishau currently resides in the Waterford area with his wife and family.
Attorney Noah Wishau
B.A. in History and Political Science
Ripon College, 2005.
J.D., Marquette University, 2008
State of Wisconsin, 2008
Areas of Practice:
· Divorce, Child Custody and Placement, Grandparent Rights, Legal Guardianship
· Misdemeanors, Felonies, Drunk Driving
· Delinquencies, Guardianships, Termination of Parental Rights, CHIPS/JIPS (Children/Juveniles in Need of Protection and Services)
· Drunk Driving, Speeding, Suspensions/Revocations, Restoration of Driving Privilege
· Protective Placement, Guardianships, Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Estate Planning