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Attorney Robert Keenan - O'Connor Law Offices


Attorney Robert KeenanAttorney Keenan was born in Providence, Virginia to a military family. Growing up, he lived in various places across the country, from Puerto Rico to San Diego, California. He attended Sonoma State University in Northern California from 2008 to 2012 where he earned a B.A. in Anthropology.

In the fall of 2015 he attended Marquette University Law School and graduated in May of 2018. During law school, Attorney Keenan worked for various law firms, clerked for the Honorable Judge Patricia S. Curley, and served as the Vice President of the Marquette Estate Planning Society.

Following graduation from Marquette, Attorney Keenan worked as an associate practicing in the areas of estate planning, probate, business law, property classification and division, and simple real estate transactions. While working in these areas of practice, Attorney Keenan developed a growing interest in helping families with their legal needs, specifically in regards to property classification and division, marital agreements/settlements, separations and probate. He joined O’Connor Law Office in the Fall of 2018 where he assists with various legal family matters.

During his free time, Attorney Keenan enjoys serving as a volunteer attorney for the Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic at the House of Peace, spending time with his wife and daughter, attending Brewers and Bucks games and taking family hikes on the Lapham Trial with the family dog, Sadie.

Attorney Keenan is a hard-working and persistent attorney who will do all that is necessary to obtain the client’s goals and objectives. He understands that each client’s story is unique and deserves the utmost attention and care. He is licensed to practice law in Wisconsin where he predominately practices in Racine and Kenosha Counties.



Areas of Practice

  •  Wills, Trusts and Powers of Attorney
  •  Property Division and Classification, including but not limited to, inheritances, IRAs and other retirement accounts, real estate and securities.
  •  Probate
  •  Marital Property, Prenuptial and Settlement Agreements
  •  Divorce
  •  Annulment
  •  Legal Separation
  •  Custody and Physical Placement
  •  Child, Maintenance and Family Support
  •  Post-Judgment Matters
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