Attorney Candice C.M. Tlustosch

LICENSES: The Supreme Court of the State of Wisconsin; U.S. District Court, Western District

of Wisconsin. 

EDUCATION:  Concordia College (2002); University of Wisconsin-Madison (J.D. 2005).

Attorney Candice Tlustosch represents clients in criminal law, including felony, misdemeanor, traffic and OWI cases.  Attorney Tlustosch has also handled divorce, family law, child support, child custody, guardian ad litem, GAL, and guardianship matters.

Candice C.M. Tlustosch is a general practice attorney who focuses

primarily on Criminal Law, Family Law, Civil LitigationEstate

Planning, Business Law, and business formation.

Candice has extensive criminal law experience.  She has

tried numerous felony and misdemeanor cases and appeared in

front of judges and juries in multiple counties. 


Candice handles family law matters including custody and placement

disputes, child support matters, paternity cases, and post-divorce

disputes.  Candice has served as guardian ad litem for children and

as a court-appointed guardian ad litem and adversary counsel in

guardianship and protective placement proceedings involving adults

throughout Monroe County, La Crosse County, and Vernon County.

Candice is involved in the La Crosse communitty as a active member

in the Rotary Club of La Crosse. This organization has partnered with

multiple local businesses to help better the La Crosse community with

projects such as: Mobile Meals, Rotary Lights, Come for Supper,

Salvation Army Bell Ringing, iFeed, and USO La Crosse Regional Airport


Most recently, in March of 2020, Tlustosch Law Office, LLC was selected as Best of La Crosse Award in the Local Business category.  This award identifies companies that are believed to have achieved exceptional marketing success in within the local La Crosse community.  The main focus or reasoning for achieving this award was on the quality not the quantity.  Tlustosch Law Office, LLC is considered a quality business within the La Crosse community that can represent you. 

In February of 2015, Candice received a judicial appointment and served as La Crosse County Circuit Court Judge in Branch 5.

After the end of the term, Candice returned to private practice with an even greater knowledge of the law and an understanding of how each individual case appears to the judiciary.  This term helped Candice's further evaluate her case management skills, knowledge of the law, and ability to analyze both sides of a case continue to help her advocate diligently for her clients.

In November of 2014, Candice was a contributor for the SES Legal Education Blog.

In November of 2014, Candice was a presenter at a Landlord

Tenant Seminar in La Crosse, Wisconsin.

In March of 2011, Candice was a guest faculty member for the

Lawyering Skills Course at the University of Wisconsin Law School in

Madison, Wisconsin.                                                                                         

Office Hours: 

By Appointment only.