Poynette

213 North Main Street
Suite 200
P.O. Box 128
Poynette, WI 53955-0128

P (608) 635-4324
F (608) 635-4690

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The Boardman Clark Poynette office is located in the historic Merchant’s Walk building in downtown Poynette and has been serving the area since 1905. The office works with a wide variety of clients, including individuals, farmers and businesses.

Poynette Services

  • Real Estate

    Representing clients in all aspects of the real estate process, including buyers and sellers, landlord and tenants, developers and municipalities, title insurance companies, and real estate brokers. 

  • Estate Planning

    Advising individuals, professionals, families, fiduciaries and charitable organizations on estate planning, business planning and charitable giving.

  • Probate & Trust Administration

    Working with personal representatives, trustees and families to ensure the efficient and orderly transfer of substantial wealth through trusts and estates.

  • Elder Law

    Representing clients who suffer from diminished capacity as well as clients who rely on government entitlement programs, and protecting our senior clients through the use of trusts, powers of attorney and other mechanisms.  

  • Business Law

    Helping businesses protect their rights, minimize risk, maximize profit and stay ahead of the competition.

  • Municipal Law

    Advising local governments, utilities, and other municipal entities on wide range of legal matters affecting the public sector.

The Latest

School Districts Be Aware: Subsidized COBRA Coverage Now Available to Certain Individuals

School Law FYI | 04.12.21

The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 places several new obligations on group health plan sponsors, which in many situations are employers, with respect to federal COBRA and state health insurance continuation laws. The most important change is that certain individuals are now eligible to enroll in continuation coverage and have their continuation coverage premiums 100% subsidized by the plan sponsor. The plan sponsor is then eligible for tax credits from the federal government to recoup the cost of this subsidy.

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