We are relocating our offices to 990 Ironwood Drive, Suite 300 in Minden, NV on June 1, 2013. You will be served by the same experienced attorneys and same excellent staff. If you need driving directions, please call our office at 775-782-7171.
BROOKE·SHAW·ZUMPFT is located in the elegant Old-Town district of Minden, Nevada. BROOKE·SHAW·ZUMPFT offers a full range of legal services to corporations, small businesses, government agencies and individuals.
EXPERIENCE: The Firm was founded in 1985. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in the courts of California, Nevada, and the Federal court system, including the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. Collectively, the Firm's attorneys bring nearly half a century of experience to serving their clients' needs in business, transactional, family law, and litigation matters.
PLANNING: The Firm is dedicated to staying on the cutting edge of legal developments and is committed to quality service while assisting clients to respond effectively to continuing changes of the law and the local community.
INVOLVEMENT: The attorneys at BROOKE·SHAW·ZUMPFT strive to be leaders in the community as well as the courtroom.
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