Welcome to Leslie, Collins & Gritters, PLLC and our firm's presence on the Web.  Whether you are here because you are searching for legal counsel using the Internet, or you are a current client of the office, we are glad you stopped by.  We have tried to provide you with some helpful information on this site.  However, you may wish to contact us if you have specific questions about a particular legal matter.  If you are not a current client, please read the disclaimer below and then use one of the links to contact an individual attorney or the office in general.  Of course, you may also telephone, fax or write us using the office contact information.  We have posted a map showing the location of our office in Waverly, Iowa, and its proximity to the Bremer County Courthouse. 

We are proud of the heritage of Leslie, Collins & Gritters, PLLCas a Waverly law firm serving Bremer County and northeast Iowa.  Our founder H. L. Leslie began his practice in 1922 and was joined by his son Richard V. Leslie in 1952.  Their pictures on this page below are meant to honor their memory and years of service to the community as lawyers and leaders.  Others who have been members of the firm include Paul W. Riffel, retired District Court Judge (senior status), and Christopher C. Foy, currently an active District Court Judge.

Leslie, Collins & Gritters, PLLC is a small firm with three attorneys and a staff of four.  All are dedicated to assisting you with any legal matter in a professional, courteous and prompt manner.  We are engaged in the general practice of law including but not limited to: Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning & Probate Law, Taxation and Tax Returns , Real Estate, Contracts, Collections, Family Law, Business Law, Appellate Practice, Trial and Litigation Law, and Bankruptcy.

For a more complete discussion of what the lawyers of our firm can do for you, please visit Areas of Practice.  Visit Attorneys and Staff to learn more about each attorney here at Leslie, Collins & Gritters, PLLC.


Disclaimer: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation.  We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.