Custody law in Wisconsin

The process of creating a custody agreement for a child of divorced parents is sometimes a difficult task. Joint custody, often referred to as “shared custody,” is the result of a court awarding custody of a child to both parents after a divorce. Parents in Wisconsin who find themselves trying to work out a joint… Continue reading Custody law in Wisconsin

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New marriage requires estate planning revisions

Life’s goals often change over time, and even a happily married couple can wind up in a Wisconsin divorce court. Many older Oshkosh-area couples go through a so-called “gray divorce” near their retirement years. Yet others might get divorced at younger ages but still after having established rewarding careers and earning many assets. A lot… Continue reading New marriage requires estate planning revisions

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Why should business owners file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

When filing for bankruptcy, many business owners in Wisconsin choose to file for Chapter 7. However, Chapter 13 can be a great option for business owners who meet the qualifications. While businesses aren’t eligible for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, their owner can file for Chapter 13 individually. What makes Chapter 13 different from Chapter 7? When… Continue reading Why should business owners file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

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