For over 75 Years

For legal representation, call on the experienced Attorneys of Antoine, Hoeft & Eberhardt, S.C. of Port Washington, WI to help you with your legal matter. Our law firm offers a wide range of legal services to the entire community of Ozaukee County and Southeastern Wisconsin. With professional and trusted legal counsel since 1947, we practice today’s law in tandem with the integrity of small town traditions and values. For a confidential consultation, please call (262) 284.2664

What we excel at


Choosing Antoine, Hoeft, & Eberhardt in Ozaukee County for legal services is a wise decision due to their expertise, experience, and commitment to client satisfaction. The firm’s attorneys have extensive knowledge in various areas of law such as Family, Estate Planning, Real Estate, Divorce, Criminal, Municipal, Probate and Business. They leverage their knowledge of the local legal system to provide effective legal representation and guidance. 


Our clients appreciate the firm’s personalized approach and unwavering dedication to providing tailored solutions for their legal needs. The firm’s attorneys prioritize clear communication and transparency throughout the legal process, keeping clients informed every step of the way.  We have a compassionate approach to sensitive matters such as family and criminal cases. Overall, the combination of expertise, experience, and dedication to client satisfaction makes our firm a top choice for legal services in Ozaukee County and Southeastern Wisconsin.

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Expert Legal Assistance that Transformed Lives: Hear from Our Satisfied Clients Our legal team has helped thousands of people with their legal needs, ensuring that justice is served and their rights are protected. Our experienced attorneys are dedicated to advocating for our clients, tirelessly pursuing the best possible outcomes for their individual situations.


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