When facing legal troubles, you want to hire an attorney you can count on. Hiring a Super Lawyer will allow you to feel at ease knowing that one of the top 5% of attorneys in your state is in your corner. Who Are Super Lawyers? According to Super Lawyers, they are “outstanding lawyers who have attained […]
Learn about what types of benefits are available to injured workers through workers’ compensation benefits in Wisconsin. https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/how-much-are-workers-compensation-benefits-in-wisconsin.html
A guardian ad litem (GAL) is a court-appointed advocate for children in child custody disputes and other family law cases.
When examining the causes of car accidents, don’t overlook the changes we make to our clocks twice each year. Some studies have shown a negative health impact every time we change the clocks, including an increase in car accidents. https://spectrumnews1.com/wi/milwaukee/news/2022/03/16/daylight-saving-time-bill
A Roth IRA can be more than a retirement savings account; it can be used to grow money that can be passed to your heirs tax-free. https://www.elderlawanswers.com/using-a-roth-ira-as-an-estate-planning-tool-18743
Planning carefully now ensures you will have a say in what happens to your financial assets once you’ve passed.
Think you will get “sole” custody? Think again. The courts in Wisconsin generally tend to favor joint legal custody as well as physical custody where possible.
Do traffic laws place an unfair burden on drivers with lower income? https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2022/02/traffic-tickets-income-adjustment-rich/621452/
Getting pulled over by a police officer can be an unnerving experience. It helps to know what to do. Follow these steps to protect your legal rights during a traffic stop.
Any Wisconsin estate in excess of $50,000 must go through probate unless the conditions are met for a specific exemption. Exemptions include assets that are jointly owned, assets with chosen beneficiaries, and assets in a revocable living trust. https://wilawlibrary.gov/topics/estate/probate.php