Kenosha Tax Lawyer, Wisconsin


Robert R Henzl

Tax, Real Estate, Wills & Probate, Estate Planning
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  59 Years

Stephen J. Smith

Tax, Trusts, Estate Planning, Estate
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  43 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Trailwood Ventures, LLC v. Village of Kronenwetter

... WIS. STAT. § 70.85(1). This valuation is also subject to certiorari review. WIS. STAT. § 70.85(4). Finally, after paying the tax, the property owner may bring a WIS. STAT. § 74.37 claim against the taxation district or county. ¶ 5 Under WIS. STAT. ...

HIGHWAY J CITIZENS GROUP, UA v. Village of Richfield

... HJCG argues it has standing because the annexation causes its members pecuniary injury and some of its members are uniquely affected by the annexation. HJCG also challenges the taxation of costs. ... The final judgment included the taxation of costs in the amount of $966.03. ...

TRAILWOOD VENTURES, LLC v. VILLAGE OF KRONENWETTER

... WIS. STAT. § 70.85(1). This valuation is also subject to certiorari review. WIS. STAT. § 70.85(4). Finally, after paying the tax, the property owner may bring a WIS. STAT. § 74.37 claim against the taxation district or county. ¶ 5 Under WIS. STAT. ...