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Divorce Attorneys in Wisconsin

The decision of ending a marriage is a very tough choice to make. Before you decide to separate from your husband or wife, there are many things that you need to take into consideration. Remind yourself that getting a legal separation or a divorce is something that...

Division Of Personal Property In A Divorce

Did you know that there are many legal processes that you need to comply or follow when it comes to getting a divorce or legal separation with your partner? Your goal during the divorce is not only to obtain the decree from the court. At the same time, your concern...

Difference Between Joint And Sole Custody

When it comes to rearing and taking good care of the children, the parents must work hand in hand. They have to put the best interest of their kids at all times. This is not a difficult thing to do especially when the mother and father are so compatible that they can...

Divorce Lawyer Consultations – What You Need to Know

When you are finally decided to end your marriage, the first thing that you need to do is to talk to a lawyer. It is important that you go through the process of divorce consultation before you take any legal step. It must be noted that anything you do involving the...

Leaving Toxic Spouse, Run! Don’t Walk.

If there is one thing that you need to always remember, it is to avoid toxic people in your life. The secret to having better and happier days is to spend your time with people who do not give you stress and cause your depression. Whenever you feel that the person you...

Property & Debt Division: Basic Elements

It is sometimes confused that in Wisconsin, all property and debts will be divided evenly and equally. Sometimes, depending on the specifics of the case, it can happen. Although, most often, it is not the case. There are numerous elements which factor into a court’s...

Recordings and New Evidence

When it comes to the world of law and order, two things should be considered loaded and dangerous at all times: firearms and microphones. In criminal prosecution and defense, a “smoking gun” can mean the difference between a long stay at the Big House, or going to...

GPS Phone Tracking Does not Violate Constitution

A recent ruling by 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on May 5, 2015, has countered a ruling made by the United States Supreme Court during Riley v California in 2014, stating that law enforcement had to produce warrants to be able to search the digital information of...

Managing Data Protection

Within any company or organization, information management is critical to its success. Accounting for any data which has been distributed or broadcast outside of the realms of policy control is sometimes very problematic. Legal departments within these corporations...

Focused Marketing

Marketing can sometimes be a widespread endeavor. However, all too often marketing efforts become thinly spread in order to cover numerous areas. This is sometimes proven to be wasteful of efforts, and provides little in return. Focused marketing methods ensure that...

Word of Mouth & Recommendations

Marketing your firm can be a structure all unto its own. There are many formulas one could use in marketing applications, however, when it comes right down to it – it is sometimes more art than science. One heavily overlooked resource, is word of mouth. It is a review...

Marital Property: The Item by Item System

Marital property is subject to a one half interest for each spouse in terms of the marital property. This means that each spouse has a one-half interest in every item of marital property, not that they have one half interest in the total aggregate of marital property....

Stipulated Divorce 6: Hearing (A)

In the state of Wisconsin, a stipulated divorce hearing is generally a better outcome for all parties in involved. Similar to an “uncontested divorce” in other states, it involves both involved parties writing up and signing a divorce stipulation on their own....

Property & Debt Division Continued

In cases of divorce, each party may have questions regarding the division of property and debts. Here, we continue going over some of the more sought after answers regarding division, and clarify some of the processes and inner workings that go into a court’s final...

Stipulated Divorce

During stipulated divorce proceedings, once it has progressed beyond the subjects covered in Stipulated Divorce 6: Hearings (A), the court may then see fit to examine both parties in an attempt to establish whether both have voluntarily entered into the proposed...

How to turn Web Traffic Into Clients

For many firms, driving traffic to their website is a top priority. However, what happens once they get there? By monitoring your websites bounce rate, you can calculate your conversion rate based on how many new clients you gained in a month – as opposed to how many...

Psychological Development

Children are expected to follow a set of rules and adhere to a certain behavior. You should try not only explaining these expectations to your child, you should also try demonstrating them, as well. For example, if one of your children bites another child, you of...

Knowing Yourself: Assessing a Problem From Within

When it comes to improving marriage communication, sometimes we look past the place where the actual issues lie, and begin searching them out somewhere they do not exist. This means that we search for the source of our marital issues somewhere they are not. This...

Cybersecurity: Opportunities: Challenges

Privacy and data security concerns have flooded the news lately with stories about large department stores databases being breached and customer’s private information being leaked; social security numbers and credit card information.  Security breaches are occurring...