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JD, Marquette University Law School
BS, majors in Finance & Marketing, minor in Political Science, Marquette University
Attorney Eric Hart has taught over a dozen Continuing Legal Education courses during his career to other attorneys and judges. He has attended Building Blocks of Collaborative Practice; August 2021
Eric is the Co-Chair of Milwaukee Bar Association Family Bench Bar. He along with the chief family court judge in Milwaukee County put on continuing legal education training and regular meetings between the various sectors in family law (judges, commissioners, child support staff, attorneys, clerk of courts).
Eric is currently the treasurer of the Leander J. Foley Jr. Society of Family Lawyers which is an organization that puts on monthly continuing legal education seminars and promotes collegiately amongst family law attorneys.
Eric was also part of the GAL Improvement Project. This was training group to improve the quality of Guardian ad Litem work for the best interest of children.
Eric Hart is an attorney with Hart Law Office. He represents parents in divorces and is frequently asked by judges to act as a Guardian ad Litem to represent the best interest of children. Acting as a Guardian ad Litem gives Eric the opportunity to meet with children and understand what is important to them. He then takes that knowledge and understanding and can talk with his other clients about how divorces impact children.
After getting a degree from the Marquette University College of Business he went on and graduated from Marquette Law School. With the background of a finance degree he is able to understand and assist clients though the financial side of a divorce. It is important to understand not only how to divide up property on a spreadsheet, but also how that division will practically impact a person’s financial day-to-day life.
Eric is always honest with his clients because he feels that when people are paying for legal advice, it should be accurate and truthful. Eric has been named a Wisconsin Rising Star by Superlawyers for the past 3 years.