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1505 Wauwatosa Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53213
414-855-3857 414-855-3857


Walsh & Keating, S.C.

Walsh & Keating, SC was founded in 1989 by Gerald S. Walsh (a 1960 graduate of Marquette Law School) and David C. Keating (a 1981 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School).  In 1995, the firm moved to its current location on Wauwatosa Avenue (A/K/A 76th Street) just north of the Village of Wauwatosa (see map and directions).  The firm’s focus is  primarily on business transactions and planning, real estate transactions, estate and trust planning and administration and probate.  Prior to his retirement in 2015, Gerald Walsh provided unequaled representation in tax planning and resolution of tax disputes, both state and federal.

David Keating has represented both businesses and individual clients since 1981.  His style is informal and he prides himself in listening to his clients and being sensitive to their situations, both legal and personal.  Legal situations are often complicated by issues of human interaction and communication.  Understanding and dealing with these aspects of a situation are an important part of finding a solution.  David makes a conscious effort to be accessible to his clients, moving quickly to assess and address their legal issues.  The practice of law is largely  a process of solving problems.  We pride ourselves in working to find solutions that work for everyone, to the extent that is possible.

Since 2001, Walsh & Keating, S.C.  has been included in the Bar Register of Pre-eminent Lawyers, published by Martindale-Hubbell, an internationally renowned attorney rating agency.  Only 5% of all U.S. law firms, considered to be among the “most distinguished and respected in the country”, are selected for the register.  David C. Keating, is also rated “AV”®  by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest individual rating available for both skill and ethics.

We look forward to the opportunity to assist both new and existing clients in working through the life experiences that require the help of an attorney.