The Firm

Youngblut Law, LLC provides customized legal solutions that are perfectly tailored to provide top-notch legal services at cost-effective rates. 


Michael D. Youngblut, the firm's founder, believes that every individual, family and small business should have access to exceptional legal service. He established the firm to provide legal advice based solely upon sound business judgment, rather than satisfying excessive billable-hour requirements. 


With Youngblut Law, you will only be billed for the legal services you need!



Youngblut Law, LLC offers a variety of legal services to meet the needs of both emerging and established businesses. 


We are a general practice firm that serves clients in a variety of matters, including business and corporate law, family law, trust, estate and probate law, dispute resolution, civil litigation and real estate law. Because we handle transactional and litigation matters, we are a one stop shop for all of your legal needs.


Youngblut Law knows how to resolve disputes, and provides practical dispute-resolution services that are based upon the needs of the client. 

News & Publications

February 4, 2015


A good read for those of you in the early stages of business start up...


10 Big Legal Mistakes Made by Startups

By Richard Harroch and Richard N. Frasch


As lawyers and venture capitalists involved with startups, we have seen plenty of legal mistakes made by entrepreneurs and start-up companies. The following are some of the more common and problematic legal mistakes we have seen...

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(319) 988-3011







315 5th Street
Hudson, IA 50643
Areas of Practice

Business Law​

Corporate Law​

Family Law​

Trust & Estate Law​​​​​


Dispute Resolution


Civil Litigation


Real Estate



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