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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Waterloo

Wilson, Dabler & Associates, L.L.C., held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 24, to celebrate the opening of their new office in Waterloo, IL. The event was attended by local dignitaries and members of the community including local officials. The Waterloo office is a significant addition to Wilson, Dabler & Associates, L.L.C.’s existing location in Belleville, IL. Susan Wilson And Heather Dabler Waterloo

During the ceremony, founding partners Susan Wilson and Heather Dabler spoke about their commitment to providing exceptional legal services to individuals throughout Southern Illinois. They emphasized that the new Waterloo office would allow them to better serve clients in the region by offering more convenient access to their legal expertise. They also highlighted their focus on building long-lasting relationships with their clients based on trust, transparency, and communication. 

In addition to remarks from Wilson and Dabler, attendees had an opportunity to tour the new office space and meet with attorneys from Wilson, Dabler & Associates, L.L.C. as well as enjoy food and drinks from local businesses.  

“We tried at our open house to highlight the food and drinks here in town, we have Stubborn German Beer, Frederico’s Ravioli, and Shorty Smokehouse meats because we wanted to highlight all the great businesses in Waterloo as well,” explained Susan Wilson, founding Attorney of Wilson Dabler Law. 

“We are so appreciative and grateful for the welcome the city of Waterloo has given us, and we are excited to serve the community for all their legal needs,” said Heather Dabler, partner at Wilson, Dabler & Associates, L.L.C. 

Wilson, Dabler & Associates, L.L.C.

14 South Second Street
Belleville, IL 62220

Satellite Office (by appointment only)
216 North Market Street
Waterloo, IL 62298


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