Hiring the right attorney can make or break your case, make sure you do not rush this process. Follow the link below for six tips to choosing the perfect family law attorney for your situation.
Divorced parents can face many different struggles. The good news is that there are resources specifically designed for divorced parents. Follow the link for 6 of those resources. https://medium.com/esme-com-resources-and-support-for-single-moms/the-6-best-resources-for-creating-a-better-co-parenting-environment-9647ca0573be
Divorce can be very confusing and stressful, and military divorce can be even harder. There are many possible rules that can come into play when dividing up benefits in a military divorce. Follow the link to learn more about them, and call our office at (608) 640-3048 so we can help to ensure you receive […]
Financial changes from your divorce may have an impact on your credit score. Here’s how you can rebuild or protect yours. https://www.cnbc.com/select/rebuild-credit-score-after-divorce/
Wisconsin’s community property laws mean that, upon marriage, each spouse automatically has an interest in one-half of the marital property. Wanting an arrangement that deviates from this is a good reason to draft and sign a prenuptial agreement before getting married.
Wisconsin is a community property state. What does that mean for your divorce?
You can check on our child support payments at the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families’ website. If your ex is failing to provide support or your circumstances have changed, an experienced family law attorney can help you pursue enforcement or modification of your child support order. https://dcf.wisconsin.gov/cs/pay/account-info
Foregoing the advice of an experienced divorce lawyer could result in you being business partners with your ex. Source: https://www.inc.com/guides/2010/05/protecting-your-business-from-divorce.html
Wisconsin does not officially have “uncontested divorce” but being in agreement on the major issues in your divorce can still expedite the timeline. Source: https://www.divorcenet.com/resources/uncontested-divorce-wisconsin.html
Wisconsin is a community property state. What does that mean? All assets and debts acquired during the marriage are joint property to be divided equally in divorce. Source: https://www.investopedia.com/splitting-property-after-a-common-law-marriage-5202062