27 Jan 2023

Nobody ever said going through a child custody battle would be easy. In fact, it is often one of the most challenging times in a person’s life. To help you through, follow these tips: 1. Focus on the Best Interest of Your Child Sadly, many parents lose sight of the essential aspect of a custody battle: […]

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7 Dec 2022

Has the stress of the holiday season caused you to consider asking your spouse for a divorce? Before you make any rash decisions, there are a few things you should consider; click here. If you decide divorce is the only solution, we are here. Click the link in our bio to see how we can […]

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26 Sep 2022

This week on September 27, you can celebrate the National Day of Forgiveness. Maybe forgiveness is the final step in having a cordial relationship with your ex-spouse so your children can flourish with both parents. So choose to forgive this week. Learn more here.

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20 Jul 2022

Grievance during a divorce is very normal. It may even be necessary in order to move through the healing process. Visit the website linked below to learn the best ways to come out of this stage stronger than ever.

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5 Jan 2022

Some counties in Wisconsin charged parents for part of the cost of foster care and others did not. It turns out that getting a bill for foster care made it more difficult for parents to get their children back. https://www.npr.org/2021/12/27/1049811327/states-send-kids-to-foster-care-and-their-parents-the-bill-often-one-too-big-to-

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31 Mar 2021

Unfortunately, or fortunately, social media largely impacts divorce litigation. Amid COVID-19 especially, individuals are spending more time on social media platforms than ever. Here are some tips on what actions to avoid taking on social media during your divorce case. These tips are important, as the contents of you and your spouse’s social profiles could […]

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3 Mar 2021

In a Wisconsin divorce, property is divided according to the “community property” theory. “Community property” means that marital assets are split 50/50. During the divorce process, marital property and non-marital property are distinguished from each other. Only marital property is divided.  In some cases, the court may deviate from the community property rule. If this […]

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