Representing the businesses, landowners, and citizens of Wyoming.
Wendtland & Wendtland LLP is a two-person full service firm representing Wyoming businesses, landowners and citizens in a variety of areas. The firm practices state-wide as well as in Montana.
Wendtland & Wendtland LLP practices in the following areas of law:
- Administrative Law
- Adoption Law
- Appellate Practice
- Bankruptcy Adversary
- Business Torts
- Civil Litigation
- Corporate Law
- Eminent Domain
- Land Development
- Oil & Gas Law
- Personal Injury
- Planning & Land Use
- Water Law
At Wendtland & Wendtland LLP, we take great pride in the level of services we provide. Take a look at our peer-rated profile on Martindale-Hubbell® to see what others have to say about our practice. We look forward to offering you the same positive experience.
ANTHONY T. WENDTLAND
B.S. with Honors, University of Wyoming (1983)
J.D. with Honors, University of Wyoming (1987)
Tony Wendtland grew up in Casper, Wyoming and graduated from high school there. He then lived and worked in Dubois, Wyoming as a fly fishing and backpacking guide in northwestern Wyoming.
In the early 1980’s, he attended the University of Wyoming in Laramie and obtained his bachelor of science degree in wildlife management and fisheries science. He attended the Wyoming College of Law and graduated with his juris doctor in 1987. His first legal job was as staff attorney for C. Stuart Brown, the Chief Justice of the Wyoming Supreme Court. After working at the court for Chief Justice Brown, and then for Justice Michael Golden, he took a job with the Sheridan law firm of Davis & Cannon in Sheridan, Wyoming. He worked there for 14 years – 10 years as a partner. In 2005, Tony and his wife began practicing law together in Wendtland & Wendtland.
As a lifelong Wyomingite, Tony understands the history, issues and the economics of Wyoming’s unique economy and culture. Tony has represented hundreds of different Wyoming people, businesses and agencies over approximately 26 years of law practice all over Wyoming and in Montana and he brings that experience and the relationships he has built over those years to each client’s unique legal issues. He values and stresses a combination of tough advocacy and practical problem solving. In his free time, Tony enjoys Wyoming’s outdoors with his family. He has always been an avid fly fisherman, hunter, skier and hiker. He is also active in the community currently serving as a Trustee on the Sheridan County School District No. 2 board of trustees.
DEBRA J. WENDTLAND
B.A. Bethel College (1985)
J.D. University of Wyoming (1988)
Deb Wendtland grew up in a Wyoming homestead family in Torrington, Wyoming on the family dry land wheat farm as the third child of four girls.
After completing high school in 1981, she attended undergraduate university at Bethel College in St. Paul, Minnesota where she was a national debate champion. She graduated with a bachelor’s of arts in speech communications and a second bachelor’s of arts in political science in 1985.
Next Deb attended the Wyoming College of Law in Laramie – graduating with her juris doctor degree in 1988. She worked in Salt Lake City, Utah for the firm of Ray, Quinney & Nebecker for about two years and then chose to return home to Wyoming where she practiced in Torrington with the firm of Sawyer & Kautz. In 1990 she married Tony and moved to Sheridan. She practiced as a partner in Connor & Wendtland for seven years and then practiced with Davis & Cannon until 2005 when she opened Wendtland & Wendtland, LLP with Tony.
Deb has developed an interesting practice that melds complex trust, estate and real estate practice and litigation with a growing adoption practice. Her cases have involved unique challenges to large scale developments, large family trust disputes, large real estate transactions and occasional personal injury cases. She has a personal passion for her growing adoption case load and was recently inducted into the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys, a select national group of highly experienced and qualified adoption attorneys. In her free time she enjoys hiking and exploring Wyoming for fossils and interesting geology.
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