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Attorney Andrew Hovestol

Andrew joined the firm in 2021 after practicing at a large firm in the Milwaukee area, where his focus included a wide range of litigation areas, including constitutional law, torts, contract law, business law, municipal law, and insurance defense.  During his time in practice, he has handled cases at all levels of civil litigation in both state and federal courts with a particular focus on matters involving complex issues and extensive briefing and motion practice.

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Andrew's Story

     Andrew spent over two years as a judicial law clerk, first for the Honorable Clare Fiorenza at the Milwaukee County Circuit Court, and then for the Honorable Annette Ziegler at the Wisconsin Supreme Court.  Clerking afforded Andrew a unique opportunity to aid in the judicial decision making process while honing his research and writing skills by drafting complex legal memoranda, decisions, orders, and other writings.  During law school, Andrew served as an articles editor for the Marquette Law Review and received Marquette Law School’s Silver Quill Award for an article he wrote that was published in the 100th volume of the Marquette Law Review.

     Andrew approaches each day with a relentless drive to serve others with compassion and empathy, to provide exceptional legal services with a deep level of attention to detail, and to continually improve in all aspects of practice.  Andrew is an avid music-lover and Wisconsin sports fan who in his free time frequents Milwaukee Bucks games, Marquette Basketball games, and concerts of all kinds.


Areas of Practice

  • Probate and Trust Litigation

  • Estate Planning

  • Business Law

  • Family Law


  • Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    • J.D. cum laude, 2016

  • Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    • B.A., magna cum laude, 2012

    • Major: Broadcast & Electronic Communications

    • Minor: Marketing

Bar Admissions

  • State of Wisconsin

  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin


  • To Fund or Not to Fund: Deficiencies in the Wisconsin Crowdfunding Act that Hamper the Viability of Intrastate Crowdfunding, 100 Marq. L. Rev. 1063 (2017)


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