The Becker and Brotherson law practice serves the counties of Sac, Calhoun, Carroll, Buena Vista, Ida, and Crawford, along with the remainder of the State of Iowa. The main office is located in Sac City, Iowa, with a satellite office in Lake View, Iowa.
The law office was founded in 1940 by Alan Vest. Bruce Becker joined Alan Vest and Kirby Vest in the Vest Law Firm in May of 1981 after serving three years in the United States Army as a Staff Judge Advocate at Fort Hood, Texas. Kirby Vest passed away in 1981, and Alan Vest passed away in 2007. Kodi A. Brotherson joined the law firm on January 1, 2015.
The Becker and Brotherson law practice concentrates on the following areas of law:
• Estate Planning
• Probate Law
• Real Estate Law
• Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Claims
• Income Tax
• Estate Tax
• Inheritance Tax
• Family Law and Divorce Litigation
• Employment Law
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