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Our firm was established in 1913 by Edward L. Hirsch and Carl C. Riepe. Since then, the firm has maintained a continuous presence in Burlington and Des Moines County, Iowa. We provide legal services throughout southeast Iowa including Des Moines County, Henry County, Lee County, and Louisa County.

Our firm represents both businesses and individuals. We represent people with personal injury claims and social security disability applications. We have attorneys who practice extensively in the areas of real estate, probate, and estate planning. We also have attorneys in the office who work in the areas of family law and elder law.

All of the attorneys in our office are dedicated to providing quality and affordable legal services to our clients. We have an experienced and professional support staff to assist us with this process.

Give us a call to schedule an appointment with one of the attorneys who is familiar with your particular issue. We look forward to serving you.

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