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Dan DeKoter is a Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rated lawyer, the highest rating which an attorney can obtain professionally from the premier attorney rating service in the nation. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and English, from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1977. While at Calvin, he was a member of the dormitory council and wrote for the student newspaper, the Calvin Chimes. Prior to attending Calvin, he attended the Maurice-Orange City High School, where he was a National Merit Finalist and was conferred the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Senate Youth Program scholarship. In 1977, he joined the University of Iowa Law School and in 1980 graduated in the top 20% of his law school class. In June 1980, he passed the Iowa bar examination and also received his Juris Doctorate degree.

Thereafter, Dan DeKoter joined the Corcoran, Skiver and Zito law firm. Then and now, the firm aims to help people by meeting their legal needs fairly and justly.   At DeKoter, Thole & Dawson, P.L.C., Dan along with his partners, Michael E. Thole and Harold D. Dawson, provide a wide range of legal services including civil litigation (personal injury, insurance defense, and business disputes), business and employment law, and estate planning and administration. Dan is also serving on the Village Northwest Unlimited Board and East Oaks Estates Property Owners Association. He is a past member of the Sibley Library Board, Sibley Kiwanis, Iowa State Bar Association Legal Forms Committee (chair), Northwest Iowa Humane Society (president), and several church boards.

Besides being an experienced legal professional, Dan DeKoter is also committed towards working for the welfare of the society. He annually contributes about $3,000 to promote reading. He, along with his partners, provides free legal services to charitable institutions through his law firm. He donates significantly to ATLAS of Osceola County (assistance for the needy in Osceola County) and Village Northwest Unlimited (which provides residential services to the mentally challenged), on an annual basis.  Dan is fond of reading books on history, political analysis and mystery. In addition to this, he is an avid traveler and enjoys sightseeing. For more information, please browse through www.sibleylaw.com

Daniel DeKoter, presently serving on the Village Northwest Unlimited Board and East Oaks Estates Property Owners Association, is a Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rated lawyer. He has been serving Sibley, Iowa based DeKoter, Thole & Dawson, P.L.C., since 1980. Formerly known as Corcoran, Skiver and Zito law firm, DeKoter, Thole & Dawson, P.L.C. was founded in 1936. The firm delivers dependable legal services that recognize the firm’s and the client’s commitment to fairness and justice. Dan has years of experience in civil litigation including personal injury, insurance defense, business disputes; business and employment law; and estate planning and administration.

Daniel DeKoter is a past member of the Sibley Library Board, Sibley Kiwanis, Iowa State Bar Association Legal Forms Committee (chair), Northwest Iowa Humane Society (president), as well as several church boards. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and English, in 1977, from Grand Rapids, Michigan based Calvin College. Prior to graduating, he attended the Maurice-Orange City High School until 1973, and was a National Merit Finalist. In addition to this, he was also conferred the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Senate Youth Program scholarship. He began attending the University of Iowa Law School in 1977, and graduated in the top 20% of his law school class. In June 1980, he also passed the Iowa bar examination and then joined the Corcoran, Skiver and Zito law firm in Sibley, Iowa.

Apart from serving his clients, Daniel DeKoter also aims at working for the welfare of the society. He annually contributes about $3,000 to promote reading. He donates to the Sibley-Ocheyedan Community School District; the Sibley Public Library; the Ocheyedan Public Library; the Ashton Public Library; the Melvin Public Library; the Sanborn Public Library; and the George Public Library. Along with partners, Michael E. Thole and Harold D. Dawson, Dan provides free legal services to charitable institutions. Whenever he gets some free time, he loves reading non-fiction, fiction, as well as books on history, political analysis and mystery. For more information, please browse through www.sibleylaw.com

Daniel DeKoter is a well-qualified attorney who has been employed at Sibley, Iowa based DeKoter, Thole & Dawson, P.L.C. and its predecessor firms since 1980. Founded in 1936, the firm was originally known as Corcoran, Skiver and Zito law firm. It strives to help people meet their legal needs by providing them with reliable legal services that recognize the firm’s and the client’s commitment to fairness and justice. A Martindale-Hubbell “AV” rated lawyer, Dan is a general practitioner and has years of experience and knowledge in civil litigation including personal injury, product liability, and insurance defense.

Dan is a member of the Village Northwest Unlimited Board, East Oaks Estates Property Owners Association, and Sibley Kiwanis. He is a past member of the Sibley Library Board, Iowa State Bar Association Legal Forms Committee (chair), Northwest Iowa Humane Society (president), as well as several church boards. Daniel DeKoter received his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and English in 1977, from Grand Rapids, Michigan based Calvin College. Prior to this, he studied at Maurice-Orange City High School until 1973. Dan was a National Merit Finalist in high school and was also awarded the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Senate Youth Program scholarship. In 1977, Dan went to the University of Iowa Law School, and in 1980, he graduated in the top 20% of his law school class. He passed the Iowa bar examination in June of 1980 and thereafter joined the Corcoran, Skiver and Zito law firm in Sibley, Iowa.

In addition to helping people meet their legal needs, Daniel DeKoter is dedicated to working for the welfare of others. In order to promote reading, he contributes about $3,000 on an annual basis to area schools and libraries such as the Sibley-Ocheyedan Community School District; the Sibley Public Library; the Ocheyedan Public Library; the Ashton Public Library; the Melvin Public Library; the Sanborn Public Library; and the George Public Library. Additionally, Dan and his partners, Michael E. Thole and Harold D. Dawson, offer free legal services to charitable institutions. He is an avid traveler and enjoys sightseeing. During his free time, he loves reading books on history, political analysis and mystery. He is an avid traveler and is also fond of sightseeing. For more information, please browse through www.sibleylaw.com