Trisha M. Schense
Trisha M. Schense
Trisha Schense joined the attorneys at Hinkfuss, Sickel, Petitjean & Wieting in 2012. She grew up in Green Bay and in 2003, several years prior to becoming an attorney at the firm, had the opportunity to work for another attorney there, Rick Wieting. She worked with Rick throughout college and, upon graduation, made the decision to continue her education and legal career by pursing a law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Trisha maintains an extensive focus on creditors rights, and along with Rick, has represented a variety of state and national banks, as well as several federally-regulated farm lending institutions. Trisha also assists clients with real estate transactions and disputes, foreclosure and replevin defense, estate planning and proceedings, as well as other general civil litigation matters.
Trisha and her husband, Adam, who teaches at a local public high school, have three daughters.
Primary Practice Areas
Insolvency/Bankruptcy Proceedings (Ch. 7, Ch. 11, Ch. 12, Ch. 13, Ch. 128 Receiverships)
Agricultural, Commercial and Residential Foreclosures
Agricultural and Commercial Replevin (Article 9)
Loan Workouts (Forbearance and Post-Judgment Agreements)
Loan Portfolio Reviews
Foreclosure and Replevin Defense and Workouts
Drafting, Review and Negotiation
Planning (Wills, Powers of Attorney, Declarations to Physicians, etc.)
Proceedings and Litigation
State of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court – Eastern District of Wisconsin
U.S. District Court – Western District of Wisconsin
State Bar of Wisconsin – Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Creditors Rights Division, Member
Brown County Bar Association, Member
J.D., cum laude, University of Wisconsin Law School, 2012
B.B.A. - Finance, summa cum laude, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay, 2008