It’s that time of year again: back to school. Children all over Wisconsin are sad and disappointed that their summer has come to an end. Meanwhile, parents are anticipating the first day of school like it’s their birthday. If you are involved in a co-parent relationship, it’s important to handle the new school year appropriately in order… Continue reading Going back to school as a co-parent
Filing for bankruptcy should not be viewed as taboo, but some still struggle with the idea that they need help with their overall financial situation. When the time comes for you to file bankruptcy, the question begs to be asked, do you need a bankruptcy attorney to help you file? We will explore this option in… Continue reading Why do I need a bankruptcy lawyer?
Are you thinking about starting a business? Will you be hiring any employees? If you will be the only person working with the business, operating as a sole proprietorship is your best option. There are a handful of advantages of running a business using this legal model, and we will discuss them in today’s post. An important… Continue reading Advantages of a sole proprietorship
If you and the other parent of your children enter into a custody arrangement either on your own or with the help of the court, you will need to follow the arrangement to the letter. One of the most difficult areas of child custody that you need to discuss is the arrangement with your children, so… Continue reading How to talk to your child about a child custody arrangement
Making the choice to file for consumer bankruptcy is not easy. If you are facing this decision, it is likely because you are struggling with overwhelming debt and have no hope of paying it back without help. For many Wisconsin consumers, this is a reasonable way to make creditor harassment stop, deal with certain types… Continue reading How can you know which chapter of bankruptcy is right for you?
Taking charge of a business takes a lot of dedication and willpower. You will eventually run into problems with employees, vendors, contractors and customers. There’s plenty of steps you can take to avoid many of the problems companies face. The first thing you need to do is write solid contracts. But, it’s possible contract disputes… Continue reading Tips for avoiding contract disputes
Whether due to emergency room visits, an unexpected diagnosis, surgeries or more, medical bills can quickly accumulate. Even after negotiating a payment plan with your medical provider, the debt may seem never-ending. According to CNBC, two-thirds of those filing for bankruptcy cite medical issues as a main factor in their decision. This ranks above an inability to… Continue reading Medical debt leads many to file for bankruptcy
Every now and then you might need the help of an experienced real estate attorney in Wisconsin. Why? There are plenty of reasons why it’s important to hire a real estate attorney and all of them lead to protecting you should a lawsuit arise with the city, another property owner, a landlord or a tenant. The… Continue reading Reasons to hire a real estate attorney
One of the main things that people ask when considering bankruptcy, understandably, is how they can rebuild their credit after they file. In fact, many people are under the impression that filing for bankruptcy means you ruin your credit forever and that you’ll never get a loan again. First things first: That’s not how bankruptcy… Continue reading The 2 keys to post-bankruptcy credit rebuilding
Many people put off talking with a family law attorney until they’re certain they want to divorce their spouse — or until their spouse asks them for a divorce. They’re afraid that talking to a lawyer makes something real that may not be yet — or ever. They may be concerned that an attorney will… Continue reading Why you should meet with an attorney before divorce is imminent