On one hand, divorce is just as unique as every relationship. Yours could happen for any reason, even something you cannot predict. You may feel like it happened for no reason at all. On the other hand, though, divorce experts often see some very clear themes. They can definitely point to some common reasons that… Continue reading Divorce: The top reasons
What exactly is a means test?
If you’re drowning in debt, then you may have considered filing for bankruptcy as a way to resolve your financial problems. It may not be as easy as it seems though. You must first pass a means test before you can file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. There are two steps to the means test. The first part… Continue reading What exactly is a means test?
What are the requirements to file for divorce in Wisconsin?
While you’d think that anyone would be able to file a divorce petition to end their marriage if they wanted to, Wisconsin and every other state in the country has specific requirements that you must meet to do so. One of the first requirements that you have to meet to file for divorce in Wisconsin is to… Continue reading What are the requirements to file for divorce in Wisconsin?
Take stock now of your estate plan
You’ve done your due diligence and drafted your estate planning documents. You should be good to go, right? Not necessarily. You might still need to refine your estate plan in order to better protect your assets. You also might want to provide a certain level of control and peace of mind for your loved ones.… Continue reading Take stock now of your estate plan
How can you choose the right chapter of bankruptcy?
Making the choice to file for bankruptcy is not easy. If you are considering this step, it is likely because you are dealing with bills you can’t pay, balances you can no longer manage and constant contact from debt collectors. After deciding to file, you must then determine which of the two most common chapters… Continue reading How can you choose the right chapter of bankruptcy?
Are you making one of these estate planning errors?
You want your loved ones to be secure after you’re gone, so you know it’s important to have your estate plans in order well before your death. However, even the best laid plans can be disrupted simply because people aren’t aware of the mistakes they’re making. Could you be guilty of one of the following major… Continue reading Are you making one of these estate planning errors?
Ask these questions before an adoption
Adoption is something you have always wanted to do. Even before you got married, you knew that it was your calling. You wanted to provide a home to a child that wouldn’t have one otherwise. Now that you are married, you and your spouse are thinking about starting the process. This is an exciting and… Continue reading Ask these questions before an adoption
Tips for picking your next commercial space
Do you run a business? Are you tired of operating the business out of your own home? Do you need more space for a growing company? If so, it’s time to consider renting or buying commercial space for your company. This can be very challenging, especially if you don’t have the budget for renovations or to build… Continue reading Tips for picking your next commercial space
Avoid social media when going through a divorce
Going through a divorce is a tough time in life. You’ve come to the realization that the marriage is no longer viable. Even though you’ve fought tooth and nail to save the marriage, there comes a time where you just need to admit that there’s nothing else that can be done. If you file for… Continue reading Avoid social media when going through a divorce
Worried about co-parent problems this back to school season?
Just because you filed for divorce this past summer, it doesn’t necessarily have to ruin your children’s back-to-school season. As Wisconsin students and others throughout the country are heading back to their classrooms, even families with both parents living under the same roof encounter challenges. It takes time to get back into a school routine… Continue reading Worried about co-parent problems this back to school season?