Protecting Your Interests and the Environment
Wisconsin Lawyers Assisting With Environmental Compliance
Environmental regulations, and the rules and procedures for obtaining required permits, are always changing. It is extremely difficult for the average business or property owner to stay informed about these changes. At Sweet & Maier, S.C., we assist Walworth County engineering firms, building contractors and property owners in complying with environmental laws and obtaining all necessary building and development permits.
Our knowledgeable attorneys have accumulated decades of experience handling complex legal matters for our clients, and keep ourselves aware of all changing laws and will inform you of any recent developments that may affect you. Contact us at 888-781-0036 to discuss your environmental law concerns in a free initial consultation.
Dealing With the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
We will deal with Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources and other regulatory agencies in order to ensure that you are complying with wetland and shoreland regulations, and other environmental laws. If you are looking to make improvements to your property, you are encouraged to discuss the legal requirements of doing so with an experienced attorney. Regulations are likely in place which will affect your project, such as requiring various permits, which, if are "missed," can lead to significant fines, costs and project delays.
It is extremely important to hire a skilled attorney and go through the proper legal avenues of complying with environmental regulations. If you choose to proceed on your own and are then cited for failing to obtain the correct permit or fill out the correct paperwork, you may be fined and your project may be stopped midstream.
Avoid any costly mistakes by speaking with an attorney at Sweet, Maier & Coletti before undertaking your project. Contact us to schedule a free initial consultation at our office in Elkhorn, Wisconsin. We are located in the historic Inns of Court Building and open weekdays from 8:30 am and 5 pm.