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Important co-parenting tips that help kids

Wisconsin parents who get divorced and have children still at home can never be truly divorced from each other. Even when no longer married, they must still work together to raise their joint children. This may be a challenge indeed but it is possible and the more positively this can be done, the better for parents and children alike.

What are my options for child custody rights?

Dissolving a marriage in Wisconsin can have far-reaching effects, especially if children are involved. While most parents want at least some form of custody over the children and time to spend with them, the facts surrounding custody can be unclear. You may also be unsure about what different custody terms mean and how they will affect your family. Understanding these can be key to asking for what you want in your divorce case.

What property is included in a divorce settlement?

When it comes to dividing property in Wisconsin, it can be confusing to determine which possessions were solely yours or your spouse’s and which were jointly owned. While you may think you have divvied out all items, there may be several pieces of property that you have overlooked. Forbes lists a few things to remember as you determine what to include in your divorce settlement.

Was the Breathalyzer calibrated correctly?

If you are pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving in Wisconsin, you face considerable penalties if convicted, even if it is your first time ever to face such a charge. Given how harsh the punishments may be and how much you may have to pay in fines and for alternative transportation, among related expenditures, there is a lot riding on the results of your breath test.

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