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How Child Support Is Determined

In the event that one spouse or the other will have to begin paying child support, there may be a difference between states on how that is determined. Regardless of which state you’re living in, it’s important to remember that both parents will ultimately be financially responsible for the child or children. In Wisconsin, the Read More

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What to Expect with Divorce Part 2

The process of divorce is often times drawn out to be a long process filled with lots of questions for anyone pursing it. This confusion can tend to make things much more difficult than they need to be so, to help you better prepare yourself here’s what you should expect with divorce part 2. The Read More

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Things You Should Know About Worker’s Compensation

While worker’s compensation is a rather sad subject it’s unfortunately a common one for many people. Understanding what les you apply for worker’s compensation, key information, and the after effects is important to making sure you can get the money you need after an injury. Here’s a quick look at some things you should know Read More

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What to Expect with Divorce Part 1

The process of divorce is often times drawn out to be a long process filled with lots of questions for anyone pursing it. This confusion can tend to make things much more difficult than they need to be so, to help you better prepare yourself here’s what you should expect with divorce part 1. Divorce Read More

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What Does Litigation Mean and How Can It Affect My Injury Case?

Litigation is one of those terms that’s often tossed around in Hollywood and provides a lot of confusion for the average person. When it comes to your injury case, it’s important to understand exactly what litigation means and how it will affect your injury case. In this post, we’ll take a look at what, exactly, Read More

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Am I Still Obligated to Pay Child Support If I Wasn’t Married?

In the case of child support where you’re not married to the father or mother of the child there’s a long and short answer that goes along with the question. If you’re asking if you’re still obligated to pay child support if you weren’t married the short answer is, yes. The long answer still comes Read More

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Probation: Ins and Outs

There are many possible outcomes when a person is convicted of a crime, one of them being probation. Probation is a period of time that you are released from custody with certain terms and condition you must follow. Generally, probation is a good thing because you don’t serve your full sentence. However, probation is not Read More

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Misdemeanor vs. Felony in WI

There are a number of classifications between various categories and crimes that may determine whether an individual should be convicted of a misdemeanor or a felony. When it comes to the differences between state convictions, there are few, however, Wisconsin takes incarceration time and housing location into account when sentencing someone. To become more aware Read More

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Main Defenses to DUIs and DWIs

DUIs and DWIs can offer severe and expensive penalties, especially if you’re a repeat offender. In Wisconsin, charges can even vary across the state. There are ways to defend you against a DUI or DWI charge; defenses relating to the arrest, affirmative defenses, and common defenses are a few categories of options. Affirmative defenses exist Read More

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Actions to Take When Charged with Fraud

Fraud is a serious crime, even though it is not physical. Fraud is wrongful deception intended to result in financial or personal gain. This should not be confused with embezzlement, which is when someone entrusts you with their finances or assets. Fraud involves taking action upon lies and misrepresentation. There are a few important actions Read More

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Divorce FAQs

Q: What is a divorce?

A: A divorce is the legal termination of marriage. All states require a spouse to identify a legal reason for requesting a divorce when filing the divorce papers with the court. The reasons given when filing are referred to as the grounds for divorce.

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