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Van Cleaf & McCormack Law Firm is a Central Iowa law firm, with offices in Des Moines and Newton, practicing in Polk, Jasper and all surrounding counties. Van Cleaf & McCormack is in general practice including, but not limited to:

Criminal Defense/OWI Divorce and Family Law
Employment Law Personal Injury
Appellate/Post Conviction Workers Compensation
Guardianship  

Finding the Right Attorney is Difficult

Everyone is out there saying the same things: "We're experienced," "We're the best," "We care about you." At Van Cleaf & McCormack Law Firm, LLP we also say those things, but to us, it's more than just talk. We focus on service, fulfill our client's needs, and keep them up to date on all developments. We back up our words with action.

In today's economy, we know you're concerned about legal fees. We do everything we can to make our services affordable. If you're curious about how we set our fees, please feel free to call and ask.

We Welcome Your Calls

We want you to know we always welcome your calls and will gladly speak with you over the phone or in person without charge. We make it our priority to answer your calls as they come in. If some reason we aren't available, we will do our best to call you back as soon as we can within the day. Please give us until the end of the next business day if it's late in the day or the weekend.

We also would like you to know that we don't believe in pressuring you in any way and if we aren't available to help you, we will put you in touch with a law firm in town that can. We look forward to helping you.


"The determination of the need for legal services and the choice of a lawyer are extremely important decisions and should not be based solely upon advertisements or self-proclaimed expertise. All potential clients are urged to make their own independent investigation and evaluation of any lawyer being considered."

This notice is required by rule of the Supreme Court of Iowa.