Attorneys in Sheboygan and Plymouth Wisconsin specializing in workers compensation, bankruptcy, divorce law, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.

Attorney Andrew MorganAttorneys in our Sheboygan and Plymouth Offices

Charlton & Morgan, Ltd. offers quality legal services at an affordable rate.The firm consists of Attorney Andrew H. Morgan and Attorney Guy Charlton.

The firm believes in offering affordable services, and is able to tailor its fees to meet the requirements of each client.

Attorney Morgan has practiced law continuously since 1991, with a primary law license in Wisconsin and a second license in Illinois.  He is based in Sheboygan but practiced law in Milwaukee for 15 years.  He has handled a vast array of cases successfully, and has appeared in many county courts in Wisconsin, as well as the Wisconsin Court of Appeals and Wisconsin Supreme Court.  He has also won cases in federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court.  Presently his practice focuses on Workers Compensation law, small business law, civil litigation, landlord-tenant law, Social Security claims/disputes, foreclosure defense, condominium law, bankruptcy, guardian ad litem law, criminal appellate, and various small claims disputes.

Attorney Guy CharltonAttorney Guy C. Charlton has a broad range of legal experience. He has practiced law over fifteen years and he is currently an Associate Professor in Law at the University of New England located in Armidale, New South Wales, Australia. He has also lectured law in New Zealand and Hong Kong and published law articles in five different jurisdictions. He was awarded his Ph.D thesis at the University of Auckland Faculty of Law in May 2010 for a thesis entitled “Constitutional Conflicts and Aboriginal Rights: Hunting, Fishing, Gathering Rights in Canada, New Zealand and the United States.” This thesis argues that the present approach courts have taken toward the determination of the source, content and scope of usufructuary rights has been affected by historical and contemporary disputes concerning the nature and understanding of sovereignty, the nature and level of governmental authority and different philosophical approaches to political organization and individual rights. Guy earned his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin and an M.A. in International Relations from the University of Toronto in Canada.