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June 11th, 2019 Blog

How to find a good divorce attorney

I have been practicing family law for some 37 years, so I know who the really good divorce attorneys are, and I also know who the not so good divorce attorneys are. How as a layperson does one find a good divorce attorney? There are several good guides for looking for a divorce or family…
June 10th, 2019 Blog

When can you request a change in Custody in Wisconsin?

We take numerous inquiries day in and day out from individuals who have gone through a family law case and are interested in changing custody. How does one go about it? Are there time restricitions for doing so? What is the burden of proof? What type of evidence does one need to modify the existing orders?…
June 5th, 2019 Blog

Is the Wisconsin so-called “grandparents visitation statute” unconstitutional?

Family lawyers through out the state of Wisconsin have been closely following a case before the Wisconsin Supreme Court dealing with grandparent's visitation rights in the state of Wisconsin. On May 24, 2019, the Wisconsin Supreme Court issued it's decision in the Michels v. Kelsey case, 2019 WI 57. The Wisconsin Supreme Court accepted certification…
April 30th, 2019 Blog

150 miles or 100 miles? Which Wisconsin law applies?

I receive a fair number of phone calls and on line inquiries about what a person is required to do to move away following a divorce. What notice is required? Do I have to file a motion? What reasons do  I need to move? How long will the process take? How much will it cost?…
April 29th, 2019 Blog

When does a divorce agreement become binding?

There is a fair amount of misconceptions about the legalities of agreements when going through a divorce. Today's blog, tackles some of those myths and resolves the question when and how does  a divorce agreement become binding? Handshake deals.  Informal agreements between the parties, what are commonly known as a "handshake deal" clearly are not legally…
April 25th, 2019 Blog

Child Custody Calculator in Wisconsin

CALCULATING CHILD CUSTODY IN WISCONSIN Is there a way to calculate who gets custody of minor children when going through a divorce in Wisconsin? There are basically two forms of placement of minor children in Wisconsin when going through a divorce; a. Primary Placement. This traditional placement arrangement puts the children primarily in one parent's home…
April 23rd, 2019 Blog

Is it better to settle or better to go to court?

SETTLEMENT OR LITIGATION? Every couple going through a divorce are faced with the situation of whether to settle the case or take their chances and have a trial before the court. Which is better? We always strive to help our clients settle the case, if at all possible. By settling, you are in control of…
April 23rd, 2019 Blog

How to calculate child support in the state of Wisconsin

How do you calculate child support in the State of Wisconsin? The answer depends on what type of placement there is. Traditional placement. Where one parent has the child 75% or more of the time, and the other parent visits, the non-custodial parent pays a percentage of their gross monthly income for child support purposes;…
April 23rd, 2019 Blog

How to calculate property division in Wisconsin when getting a divorce

Is there any easy to use formula for how to calculate how property gets divided up when going through a divorce?  Wisconsin is a community property state, which means, that all property acquired either before or during the marriage is subject to equal property division. The only property that is excluded from equal property division,…
March 2nd, 2019 Blog

How to prove a parent is “unfit.”

Almost every other phone call or on line inquiry we receive, concerns a post judgment custody issue where someone wants to prove or allege the other parent is “unfit.” The idea is they want to obtain primary placement of the children, and in many cases, also involves pre-judgment matters. How do you go about proving…
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