Sheldon, Iowa — A Sheldon attorney has left the firm he’s been associated with for the past 15 years, and opened a Sheldon branch office of a Sioux Falls-based law firm.
Micah Schreurs has joined the Sioux Falls based firm of Woods, Fuller, Shultz & Smith
Schreurs says he left Wolff, Whorley, De Hoogh and Schreurs because Woods Fuller could provide him with greater resources to help his clients.
He says he is excited to undertake what he called “this new adventure.”
Schreurs brings to Woods Fuller more than 15-years of legal experience in the areas of litigation, employment law, and other general practice matters. In his practice with Woods Fuller, Schreurs will be serving clients at firm locations in Sheldon and Sioux Center.
He talks about the location of his new office.
Schreurs says you can reach his new office by phone at 712-631-4056.
Schreurs is a graduate of Dordt College and the University of Iowa College of Law. He began his legal career as a law clerk for the Iowa Court of Appeals and has practiced law in Sheldon for over 15 years. Additionally, he has served as the elected O’Brien County Attorney since 2011, and as the Sheldon City Attorney. He will continue in those roles.