Being worried about a person enough to even think about filing a restraining order is stressful, let alone actually getting the restraining order. Linked is an article describing the four types of restraining orders in Wisconsin, and the requirements to obtain one. https://www.wicourts.gov/services/public/selfhelp/restord.htm
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 […]
A couple facing divorce can be left with the question, what is going to happen with our business? What happens to a business in the event of a divorce depends on many things, such as when the business was started, what state you are in, and many more. Our firm is here to help you […]
The SCRA (Servicemembers Civil Relief Act) is a principle that can grant any service member relief from the distraction of legal issues if they interfear with the service members duties. This act only applies to civil cases, it do not apply to criminal cases. Follow the link for a video explaining the SCRA.
Divorce often feels like it comes out of nowhere. If you are blindsided by divorce papers, it’s important to get in touch with a knowledgeable family law attorney as soon as possible to make sure you don’t fall behind the eight ball as your divorce case begins.
Are you obligated to help your soon-to-be ex if they are falling victim to a financial scam? It is best not to engage legally or financially with your spouse in the midst of divorce without first consulting your divorce lawyer. https://slate.com/business/2022/03/advice-for-divorcees-do-you-have-an-obligation-to-help-an-ex-wife-whos-been-scammed.html
High asset divorce cases involve issues that go far beyond the marital home and the children. These cases often involve stock portfolios, real estate, businesses, professional practices, luxury items, and other valuables. It is important to have an attorney with experiencing in these niche areas of property division.
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.
Will divorce cause your taxes to go up or down? It depend on many factors including your income, your parenting arrangement and whether you are making alimony or child support payments. https://www.investopedia.com/taxes-after-divorce-5192868