When Experience Matters, Turn To A Tenacious Legal Team

Trust A Firm With Over Two Decades Of Experience

Having an attorney who you can trust is the only way to move forward with a legal issue. The attorneys at Schumacher Law Group have represented people throughout Oklahoma for over 25 years. While we aggressively defend those who need it most, we also offer a compassionate, hometown feel to our clients. Our team is able to clearly explain your options and help you move forward.

How We Can Help

Our founding attorney, Tracy Schumacher, is a former district judge. She is also a former prosecutor in the district attorney’s office. This experience provides our firm with a distinct competitive edge. As a judge, she presided over criminal, family law and civil cases. That being said, she brings her unique perspective to every single claim. She understands how to effectively counter any strategy.

To read about her qualifications and gather more information about the rest of our team, you can click on their individual biographies below:

We offer personalized service and truly care about members of our community. We have handled the most complex cases and seen clients all the way through to the other side. Our team has worked with people facing the following issues:

  • Criminal charges, when a proper defense is crucial
  • Family-related issues, such as adoption, divorce and child custody
  • Probate, a process that can be tremendously confusing
  • Property law, specifically oil and gas matters

Known for being professional yet relatable, we will do everything we can to help you navigate the legal system. We will always be honest and communicative about potential outcomes you are facing. Remember that the right attorney can make all the difference.

Call Now To Get Started

Don’t let your problem stress you out more than it already has. We can take some of that burden. To schedule a consultation, call 405-389-2260 today or fill out our online form. While our office is located in Norman, we work with clients in Cleveland, Grady and McClain counties.