Valued Legal Counsel

Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel & Shoulders, LLP is a full-service law firm that provides essential legal guidance and representation to individuals and to a broad range of local, regional and national businesses and institutions. The firm’s offices overlook the Ohio River in Downtown Evansville, Indiana, the heart of the Tri-State region. ZSWS combines a long tradition of counseling many of the area's most prominent financial and business institutions with a deep commitment to community involvement and service.

The frequent complexity of our clients' legal needs requires a standard of excellence and a depth of experience and capabilities one might only expect to find in much larger centers of commerce. We combine our legal expertise with practical insight and innovative thinking to create real problem-solving value for our clients. We are the region's firm of choice when individuals and businesses face important legal issues, significant litigation and complex or time-sensitive transactions.

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  • April 4, 2017

    Molly Briles receives the Susan K. Helfrich Award for Excellence in Pro Bono Services

    Congratulations to ZSWS Attorney Molly Briles for the well deserved recognition at the annual Volunteer Lawyer Program luncheon for her efforts leading the charge to recruit attorneys to provide pro bono services to those needing legal assistance with protective orders and for her ongoing commitment and dedication to helping those who need but cannot afford […]

  • April 4, 2017

    Four ZSWS Attorneys have been named Super Lawyers or Rising Stars for 2017

    Congratulations to ZSWS Partners Pat Shoulders, Dirck H Stahl, Jean Blanton, and Clay Havill for being recognized as Indiana Super Lawyers and Rising Stars among Indiana attorneys! Only 5 percent of the State’s lawyers are selected as Super Lawyers and only 2.5 percent of attorneys under age 40 are selected as Rising Stars.

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