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April 2018 Archives

What is the walk and turn test?

If you have recently been charged with a drunk driving offense in Wisconsin, you might be feeling like you have no rights or do not know how to protect your rights. The fact is that you always have the right to defend yourself against criminal charges. Understanding the process and tests involved in your investigation and subsequent arrest is important as sometimes there may be issues with some of the evidence used to support your arrest.

Arguments over specific property during divorce

Wisconsin readers know that property division is one of the most emotional and difficult issues to work through in a divorce. People are rightfully concerned over what is going to happen to their stuff, and you may have this concern as well. Disputes can be stressful and lengthen the divorce process, so it may be beneficial for you to seek an understanding of your rights to specific property.

What grandparents should know about child custody

While Wisconsin grandparents may prefer that their grandchildren are raised by their parents, in some situations it may be best if grandparents receive custody of the children. Getting custody sometimes depends on a family's particular circumstances and it is important to understand what a court might consider when determining who the children will live with.

Tax reform likely to change divorce settlements

People who have gotten divorced in Wisconsin know that the financial ramifications of this experience may be long-lasting, especially when taxes are involved. The fact that tax laws can change as well may also play into the uncertainty of just how a particular agreement during a divorce might come to cost one or both spouses dearly in the end. With the announcement of the recently passed tax reform laws, many people are taking a fresh look at how alimony may change once the law goes into effect.

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