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March 18th, 2020

COVID-19 Pandemic & Divorce: What You Need To Know

We've Temporarily Taken Our Practice Digital Thanks to technology, our attorneys can still offer the same award-winning service to their Milwaukee-area clients despite the current pandemic. Fill out the form below to set up a free no-pressure online divorce consultation. Prefer to call? (414) 453-0800 During this time, our staff and attorneys continue to operate…
June 28th, 2019

How low can you go?

Sometimes when people are going thru a divorce, they start to fight over the most petty and sometimes silly things. I thought it might make for an interesting blog to discuss some of the things that I have seen over the years and things you should definitely NOT be arguing about when going through a divorce.…
December 3rd, 2018

Different placement arrangements in Wisconsin

  There is an old saying that "one size fits all," but when it comes to placement of minor children in a  divorce, there are a myriad of different placement arrangements that might work for one family, and for the next family it could be a train wreck. What works for one, doesn't necessarily equate…
August 3rd, 2018

Wisconsin Adultery Laws

Learning that your spouse has been unfaithful to you can be a painful shock. That can be especially true if you have children or if you’ve been married for an extended time. As such, you might seek out help determining what to do about their infidelity. You’ll need to understand Wisconsin adultery laws, first, so…
May 31st, 2018

How to stop your spouse from making Disparaging Remarks about you

  You are in the middle of the divorce and find out that your soon to be ex is bad mouthing you to your children. They are profane in referring you, put you down all the time and trying to poison the children against you. When your children come home after visiting with the other…
March 21st, 2018

Can one attorney represent both parties in a divorce in Wisconsin? part 2

The other day I wrote a blog on whether one lawyer can represent both parties in a divorce case. The traditional view has been that the attorney cannot do so as it is an inherent conflict of interest. I subscribe to the traditional view. However, there is a countervailing view under the new Wisconsin's limited…
March 7th, 2018

Waiver of 6 month waiting period for remarriage in Wisconsin

Periodically,  I am asked, if there is a way to waive the statutory 6 month waiting period in Wisconsin before one can get remarried. The law basically states that if you are divorced in Wisconsin, you cannot remarry anywhere in the world for a period of 6 months, and if you should do so, the…
January 26th, 2018

How to extend a Domestic Abuse Restraining order in Wisconsin

  If you have a domestic abuse restraining order is there a way to extend it or are you obligated to out and re-petition for a new restraining order and start all over? The answer lies at sec. 813.12  (4) (c) 2. 2. "When an injunction expires, the court shall extend the injunction if the petitioner…
December 13th, 2017

Can you sue for adultery in Wisconsin?

We get asked this question quite frequently. Someone found that their spouse is cheating on them and now want to sue their spouse, or the person who had the affair with their spouse or press criminal charges. Can you sue for adultery? Under s. 768.01, alienation of affections has been abolished, so the answer on…
October 24th, 2017

Recorded Telephone Conversations in Wisconsin

An interesting question is whether someone can record a telephone conversation in Wisconsin and then use that as evidence in a courtroom as part of going through a divorce or separation case? Wisconsin is a  "one party"  wiretap state. It is not necessarily illegal to wiretap or record someone, without their knowledge or consent. Whether…
March 2nd, 2017

Using a GPS tracking device on your spouse; Is it against the law in Wisconsin.

You think your spouse may be cheating on you and you don't feel like spending thousands of dollars by hiring a private investigator to follow them around to prove it. Instead, you think of placing a GPS tracking device on your spouse's car. By doing that you can track their every move, see where they…
January 5th, 2017

Cohabitation can affect maintenance payments in Wisconsin

Under Wisconsin law, when you are receiving maintenance payments (better commonly known as "alimony") and if you get remarried, your payments automatically stop under Wisconsin law. What happens, if you live with someone instead? Do your payments automatically stop? Under the law in this state, cohabitation is a factor that the court can consider in…
November 27th, 2016

Contesting a restraining order

Your spouse or former significant other has threatened to go to the courthouse and obtain some type of restraining order against you. Is there any way to prevent them from doing so, or to fight the matter in court? You can't really prevent someone from access to the courthouse if they want to pursue a…
July 6th, 2016

How to Reconcile during the divorce

In Wisconsin, there are two ways that a couple can try to reconcile during the divorce process. The first way, and the one that I routinely recommend to my clients who inquire about reconciling, is to enter into a 90 day agreement to put the divorce on hold while the parties work on their marriage.…
May 31st, 2016

Calling the police?

We are frequently asked on family law matters, should the person call the police? It many times involves visitation disputes, and sometimes property disputes. The general answer I give is no, because in most cases, I don't find that the police will intervene, since no crimes have been committed, and many times, the police inform…
May 24th, 2016

Long term v. short term marriages

From a statutory perspective, the length of the marriage can be a factor both in property division as well as spousal support. What is the significance behind labeling marriages "short term" or "long term?" Where can you find the definitions of a short term marriage as opposed to a long term marriage? This blog will…
May 11th, 2016

Why Living With Someone In The Middle Of The Divorce Is Dangerous

I am many times asked, "is it o.k. if I move in with my new boyfriend/girlfriend, while the divorce is pending?" The answer depends on whether you have children or not, and if there are no minor children, that you aren't making a request on spousal support (maintenance), as it may affect both. Let's deal…
April 23rd, 2016

Can My Lawyer Drop My Case If I Don’t Pay?

A frequently asked question, and an all to frequent occurrence, is a client who is in the middle of a divorce, and has stopped paying attorney's fees. There are usually two reasons why a client stops payment to the attorney; 1. They simply don't have the money and can't afford to pay or 2. They…
April 23rd, 2016

Can Marriage Feel Like Slavery?

Tonight, Jewish people around the world celebrate Passover. The Passover story is based on the chapter of Exodus from the bible. It tells the great story of how God saw the Hebrews who were enslaved by the Egyptians and their great suffering. God intervened and revealed himself to Moses to go back to Egypt and…
April 16th, 2016

Trouble With A “Significant Other”

You went through a divorce because you thought by doing so, you would end years of fighting and bickering with your former spouse. Following the divorce, things seemed to be going fairly well, as much as can be expected after a bitter divorce, but for the sake of the children, both you and your ex…
March 25th, 2016

Introducing “Significant Others” To Children In The Middle Of A Divorce

I am frequently asked if it is o.k. to start dating once the divorce is filed; that question is usually followed by, is it also o.k. to have my new girlfriend/boyfriend around the children? The next question becomes, can I move in with them? Their spouse will ask their attorney, can you get a court…
March 14th, 2016

What’s The Danger Of An Adult Dating a Minor?

Lately, there have been a rash of postings at some of the internet question and answer lawyer sites such as Lawyers.com and AVVO, about the wisdom of an adult dating a minor child. The general consensus among most attorneys responding to that question, is that it is not a very good idea, and for the…
January 30th, 2016

Can You Secretly Divorce Your Spouse?

In an interesting story out of New York City this past week, a woman who is 59 years old, is suing her husband, who is 90 years old, after being married for over 20 years, after he secretly divorced her, just a few short months after they were initially married. The reason the husband claims…
August 12th, 2015

What Are My Rights When It Comes To Cohabitating?

When a couple live together without the benefit of being married, in a cohabitation, non-marital relationship, they are not afforded the protection of the family code, under Chapter 767 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Wisconsin does not recognize common law marriages. This means that you cannot receive spousal support, and there is no presumptive 50/50 property…
August 4th, 2015

Statute of Limitations on Divorce Judgments?

Very few people realize that there is a statute of limitations in Wisconsin for enforcing a judgment. While applicable in civil judgments, it is also also applicable in family law cases. If you have any issues with your divorce case that either need modification or enforcement, if you fail to act by filing a motion…
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