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Jason Brasch

Attorney Jason Brasch
Interests

Jason loves watching football and is a huge Badger fan. If you don’t find him in the garage working on his car, try looking on the golf course. Jason prides himself on being the world’s okayest golfer. He currently lives in Eau Claire with his daughter and two rescue dogs, Murray and Ollie.

Jason Brasch

Jason practices in the areas of Real Estate (commercial and residential), Estate Planning, Probate and Business law. He frequently represents clients in negotiating and facilitating commercial and residential real estate transactions, as well as the drafting and administration of simple and complex wills and trusts. Jason also assists clients with the formation of new businesses and the dissolution and purchase/sale of existing businesses. In all matters, he works hard to ensure a smooth process for his clients from beginning to end. Where issues do arise, Jason works closely with his clients and appropriate parties and experts to resolve matters quickly and cost effectively.

Education
  • University of Wisconsin Law School, JD
  • University of Northern Iowa, BA, Finance, magna cum laude
  • University Technical Institute, AAS, Automotive Technology
Practice Areas
  • Real Estate
  • Estate Planning
  • Business Transactions
  • Probate and Succession Planning
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Awards, Honors And Professional Accomplishments
Honors
  • Board Member, Solo and Small Firm Section of the Wisconsin Bar Association (currently Chairman-elect).
  • Executive Committee Member for the St. Croix Valley Bar Association (2019-2022).
Associations
  • Eau Claire County Bar Association
  • Wisconsin Bar Association
  • St. Croix Valley Bar Associatio
News and Publications
  • Author “Easement Rights versus Timber Rights” State Bar of Wisconsin (December 2023)
  • Co-Author/Lecturer “One Year Later: Effects of the New Uniform LLC Law” Wisconsin Solo and Small Firm Conference (September 2023)
  • Author “Plan Ahead or Pay the Costs: Terminating an Agricultural Tenancy” State Bar of Wisconsin (February 2021)
  • Author “Wisconsin Fence Laws: An Unexpected Cost of Owning Rural Property” State Bar of Wisconsin (June, 2020)