The Firm is a four attorney general practice firm with an emphasis in the areas of probate and estates, business, taxation, real estate, agricultural, collections and family law. The attorneys are T.J. Heronimus, Kirby D. Schmidt, Erika L. Allen, and Seth R. Schroeder. Our local practice area includes Grundy, Hardin, Butler, Marshall, Black Hawk and Tama counties. The Firm has offices in Ackley, Conrad and Wellsburg, in addition to the main office in Grundy Center, Iowa.
The Firm, now known as Heronimus, Schmidt, Allen & Schroeder, was originally established by Don Kliebenstein, who was an associate with Caroll E. Engelkes. In 1961 Carol Engelkes was appointed a district court judge and Don Kliebenstein became the sole partner and practitioner. T.J. Heronimus joined Don Kliebenstein in 1964 and the firm became Kliebenstein and Heronimus. Kirby D. Schmidt joined the firm in 1973. Three subsequent partners also went on to become judges. Erika L. Allen joined the firm as a Partner in 2008 when the firm became known as Heronimus, Schmidt & Allen. Seth R. Schroeder joined the Firm as a Partner in 2014. This office has been the Grundy County Attorney’s office since Don Kliebenstein became County Attorney in 1965.
650 Main Street
Hours: Thursdays by appointment
First State Bank
120 West Center Street
Hours: 9 am- 3 pm
507 3rd Street
Hours 9 am – 3 pm
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