Steinhilber Swanson is pleased and proud to announce that one of its senior partners, Kathleen E. Grant of Madison, has been selected to serve as a full-time Administrative Law Judge with the Office of Workers Compensation Hearings in the Division of Hearings and Appeals of the Department of Administration for the State of Wisconsin. Kathleen… Continue reading Kathleen E. Grant Has Been Selected to Serve as a Full-Time Administrative Law Judge
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Grant Programs Accepting Applications: Equitable Recovery Grant Program – Applications Just Started! Apply here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/EquitableRecovery.aspx Tourism Capital Grant Program – Applications Just Started! Information here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/TourismCapitalGrantProgram.aspx Movie Theaters and Venues – Applications Closing October 15th! Apply here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/EventVenueAssistance.aspxAdditional information here: https://doa.wi.gov/Pages/movietheaterassistancegrants.aspx Summer Camps and Minor League Sports Teams – Applications Closing On October 15th! Information about Summer… Continue reading Badger Bounceback Update and Links to Grant Applications
Firms Recognized For “Refinancing of the Year” For Engagement with Arandell Holdings, Inc. Steinhilber Swanson LLP, a leading bankruptcy law firm and Harney Partners, corporate turnaround and restructuring advisory firm, have been selected as recipients of the 2021 Turnaround Awards by M&A Advisor. The firms announced they were recognized in the “Refinancing of the Year” (Under $100M) category… Continue reading Steinhilber Swanson Selected by the M&A Advisor for 2021 Turnaround Awards
Most people know the importance of estate planning in making sure that their loved ones get taken care of when they pass on, but what if you die without an estate plan in place? If this happens, Wisconsin estate judges will need to take over the administration of your estate during probate. Here’s how they… Continue reading How judges administer estates during probate
Throughout the pandemic, there has been a national ban on evictions. However, the Supreme Court struck down the current version of the ban in a decision last week, which sets the stage for evictions to resume. Hundreds of thousands of tenants owe back rent (rent arrearages) to their landlords, and may be facing eviction soon, with the… Continue reading How Can Bankruptcy Help During Eviction?
Every adult in Wisconsin and throughout the country should have an estate plan. That may just mean a will. This most basic document allows you to name an executor and a guardian for any minor children along with listing recipients of your assets after you pass away. But so many people need more than that.… Continue reading Preserve your assets for your loved ones
A Chapter 12 bankruptcy allows family farmers and family fishermen to avoid foreclosures or liquidations by restructuring their debts. Congress enacted Chapter 12 of the Bankruptcy Code in 1986 in response to the farm financial crisis in the 80’s, and it has been an important means of assisting struggling farmers since then. Chapter 12 allows… Continue reading A Guide to Chapter 12 Bankruptcy
Divorce can be an emotional time for all involved. However, neglecting to follow up on important issues can affect your finances once your marriage has ended. There are a few areas that are easy for people to overlook when trying to resolve disputes and figure out custody arrangements. Here are some things you should know… Continue reading Divorce and financial considerations
Owning and operating a business requires more than delivering a high-quality product or service to a demanding audience. In order to remain successful and profitable, it is important to understand various laws as well as how businesses legally operate. If you own a business in the state of Wisconsin, understanding liquidated damages are necessary for… Continue reading What are liquidated damages?
When a debtor in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, sees no way out of their debt, they may be able to get relief through bankruptcy. Student loans follow close behind mortgages as the highest consumer debt, and debtors commonly have concerns about discharging this kind of debt. While it isn’t impossible to get student loans dismissed, it can… Continue reading Discharging student loans in bankruptcy