Evan Knupp


Bankruptcy Attorney with 10 Years Experience

Illinois, Wisconsin, Federal Circuit

Milwaukee, WI 53203
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About Evan Knupp

Practicing in Jurisdictions

  • Illinois

    Admitted in 2010

  • Wisconsin

    Admitted in 2009

Experience

  • Roney & Knupp, LLC

    Partner

  • Seifert & Knupp

    Partner

Associations

  • Milwaukee Bar Association

    Member

  • State Bar of Wisconsin

    Member

Languages

  • English

Websites

Evan Knupp's Office Location

230 W. Wells St.

Milwaukee, WI 53203


Frequently Asked Questions

What jursidctions can Evan Knupp practice in?

Evan Knupp is admitted to practice in Illinois and Wisconsin.

How many years of experience does Evan Knupp have?

Evan Knupp has 10 years experience.

What types of law does Evan Knupp practice?

Evan Knupp practices bankruptcy law as well as business law.

Where is Evan Knupp's office located?

Evan Knupp's office is located at 230 W. Wells St. Milwaukee, WI 53203.

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