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What should you know about property settlements?

As someone going through a divorce in Wisconsin, there are a lot of legal matters that you're likely to have questions about. Issues related to property can be particularly hard to handle. The Mayer Law Office, LLC, is here to help walk you through all aspects of your divorce, making it a little easier to manage.

Remarriages, gray divorces and finances

As divorce no longer carries with it the shameful stigma that it once had, most people in Wisconsin know someone who has been divorced. Similarly, most people know someone in a second or subsequent marriage. As more people have gotten divorced and then remarried, some of them have or may be getting divorced yet again.

Why should you establish paternity?

There are many valid reasons for you to want to establish paternity as a father living in Wisconsin. Fortunately, you still have time to do so, even if you're in the process of divorcing your partner. Mayer Law Office, LLC, will help you learn the necessary information to help you make well-informed decisions regarding paternity establishment.

Divorce and the family home

If you and your spouse have made the difficult decision to end your marriage, you will next find yourself needing to make a seemingly endless laundry list of decisions. If you own a home together, what to do with that home when you get a divorce will be one of those decisions. People often put a lot of their emotions and work into a home which makes it logical that they might want to try and keep the home after a divorce. However, the decision to do this should be made with extreme caution.

Grandparents' rights: protecting relationships with grandchildren

Due to the gradual shift in American households, more and more Wisconsin grandparents are finding themselves raising their children's children. While there are endless joys of having grandchildren, many grandparents express confusion over specific rights when it comes to child custody and visitation. Even in situations where grandparents are not the head of the household, it can be difficult to determine the fine print.

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