EST. 1989
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Initial Consultation Submission Form

Please fill out the form below and we will have our Front Office Coordinator contact you to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys! If you have any questions or would rather speak with someone over the phone, please call (319) 396-2410 and we’d be happy to assist you.*

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If Applicable:

Please indicate here if your case is a dissolution (divorce), custody, criminal, small claims, real estate, or bankruptcy case. If you're unsure, please do your best to identify the case. To protect confidentiality, please do not give us any facts or explicit details regarding your case until there is an Attorney-Client relationship established.**

If you do not have a specific request you may choose to select "Best Available". If you choose this option we will find the attorney best suited for your case. Please keep in mind that due to scheduling and expertise, you may not be assigned the attorney you've requested.



*Please note: Not all cases are capable of being handled by the attorneys in our office. We will do our very best to find the right attorney for you. If there is an occasion where we feel no one in our office is suited for your case, we will attempt to find a proper referral for you. Thank you!

**A communication to Howes Law Firm, P.C. by email or form submission does not, by itself, constitute or create an attorney-client relationship. Unless such relationship has already been established, any electronic communication to Howes Law Firm, P.C. is not privileged and may be subject to disclosure. Due to the non-secure nature of electronic transmissions, please do not send confidential information to the firm via email as it may lost its protected status as privileged information. By transmitting an email to Howes Law Firm, P.C., you acknowledge that the Firm may respond to you by email or any other method of electronic communication and that future communications may be sent to you from the firm by any form of electronic communication unless you specify, in writing, information that may not be transmitted electronically and electronic communication methods that may not be used. 

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