Have you heard the modern term “DINKWAD?” It is an acronym for double income, no kids, with a dog. DINKWADs can get divorced too, and in fact it is not uncommon.
Have you ever thought of creating a New Year’s resolution for co-parenting? If you feel your co-parenting could use some polishing, click here for a dozen ways to step up your game in 2023.
Divorce may seem very common, but it is not as common as you think. In fact, the rate is only 2.3 per 1,000 population. Of course, that number would be zero in a perfect world, but we are human. Click here to learn more statistics on divorce.
Congratulations to David Kowalski! At Kowalski, Wilson & Vang, LLC, the skills and experience of our team set us apart. Attorney David Kowalski recently achieved a well-deserved honor, achieving Lead Counsel Verification in the practice areas of divorce and family law. This achievement was built on a foundation of his profound legal experience, solid reputation, […]
In Wisconsin, you may file two different types of orders/injunctions: harassment, or domestic abuse. There are numerous differences between the two charges. However, the largest difference between a harassment injunction and a domestic violence injunction is the individual who is being accused. If the individual does not live in your home and they are not […]
Domestic violence in a relationship can impact whether and to what extent a child spends time with the abusive parent, as part of a Wisconsin divorce, legal separation or paternity action. In Wisconsin, there are two main components of any divorce, separation or paternity order, regarding children. One of these is legal custody, which relates […]