Attorney Bryan S. Seidl graduated from Newman High School (Wausau, WI) in 1988, later earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Accounting from St. John’s University (MN) and earned his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Dayton (OH) School of Law in 2003.  While in law school, Mr. Seidl participated in the following:

  • School Delegate and Moot Court Team Member– Duberstein National Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition at St. John’s University, New York, N.Y., March 2002
  • Quarter Finalist, Honorable Walter H. Rice Moot Court Competition, Class Rank 18/125, 2001
  • “Best Researcher” Award, First Year Legal Research and Writing Course Section
  • Social Justice Scholarship Award Recipient, 2001-2002 and 2002-2003
  • President, St. Thomas Moore Society (Service Organization) 2001-2002, Member 2000-2003
  • Student Ambassador, University of Dayton Law School Admissions Office, 2001 – 2002

Mr. Seidl has enjoyed practicing law, based out of Rhinelander, Wisconsin, since 2003. He is a Member in Good Standing of the Wisconsin Bar Association and the Oneida-Vilas-Forrest County Bar Association, and is admitted to practice law before all Wisconsin Courts and the U.S. District Courts and U.S. Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Wisconsin.

He has served as the Secretary (2010-2011), Treasurer (2011-2012) Vice President (2012-2013) and as the President (2013-2014) of the Oneida-Vilas-Forest County Bar Association. In 2014, Mr. Seidl was appointed as a member of the City of Rhinelander Zoning Board of Appeals.

Since February of 2013, he has also voluntarily served as a Board Member for the local, non-profit Northwoods Saves organization, and also served a a Board Member for the local, non-profit Hodag BMX Club from 2010-2011. Mr. Seidl is a proud member and supporter of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s “Adopt-A-Highway” program, and has also served as a Volunteer Official/Judge for the United States Freshwater Fishing Federation (USF3) and North American Ice Fishing Circuit since 2010.

An avid outdoors-person, Mr. Seidl enjoys fishing, kayaking/canoeing, camping, hunting, biking and hiking in the great Wisconsin and Upper Michigan wilderness with his wife and three children, and his dog, Asa.

Mr. Seidl’s law practice is concentrated in the following areas: Family Law (Divorce, post-divorce and paternity matters including but not limited to child placement and visitation, maintenance, property and debt division), Residential and Commercial Real Estate (Purchase/, Timber Trespass, Easements, Property Line Disputes and other Real Estate Litigation), establishing and representing Limited Liability Companies (LLC’s), Vacation Home / Cottage LLCs, Business Law, Contract Preparation and Disputes, Wisconsin Chapter 128 Debt Amortization Plans, Bankruptcy (Chapter 7), Municipal Zoning Defense, Basic Wills and Wills with Trusts for Minors, Durable Powers of Attorney for Finances and Health Care Powers of Attorney, and General Civil Litigation.

You can contact Mr. Seidl at any time of the day in any of the following ways:

  • Business phone:         (715) 365-9008
  • Cell phone:                  (715) 360-9008
  • Email:                         BryanSeidl@bseidllaw.com

Mr. Seidl is available to zealously and diligently serve and represent you concerning your legal issues in the following Wisconsin counties:  Forest County, Langlade County, Lincoln County, Marathon County, Oneida County, Price County, Taylor County and Vilas County.  Your first telephone call to Mr. Seidl is free.