Family Law Lawyers In Wausau Wi

Family Law Lawyers in Wausau WI: Some Do’s and Dont’s of Divorce

Find out how our family law lawyers can assist you. As family law lawyers in Wausau WI, we see a pattern of mistakes many people make when going through a divorce.  Here are a few “do’s and dont’s” to remember while going through a divorce: Family Law Lawyers in Wausau WI Get more information about family law lawyers in Wausau …

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Family Law Attorneys in Wausau WI: Divorce or Legal Separation?

Find out how our family law attorneys can assist you. As family law attorneys in Wausau WI, we sometimes receive inquiries about pursuing a legal separation rather than a divorce.  In an action for legal separation, the Court will enter a judgment (either after a trial or based upon agreement of the parties) dividing the couple’s property, providing for custody …

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Auto Accident Lawyer in Wausau: Sheboygan Teen Faces Felony Charges

Find out how our car accident attorneys can help you with your claim. A 19-year-old Kayla Bower of Sheboygan has been charged in Sheboygan County Circuit Court with five felonies, including homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. Bower allegedly drove drunk and hit three pedestrians at about 11 p.m. on August 6th, following the Brat Days festival. According to the criminal complaint, …

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Business Law Wausau: Corporate Officers can Face Liability

A Wisconsin Supreme Court decision issued July 19, 2011 has significant implications regarding liability of corporate officers for negligence. Casper v. American International South Ins. Co, 2011 WI 81 involved a motor vehicle accident.  Mark Wearing, a co-employee of Bestway Systems, Inc. (“Bestway”) and Transport Leasing/Contract Inc. (“TLC”), struck the Caspers’ minivan from behind, seriously injuring all five people in …

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Law Offices Wausau: Guarantors Liable for Deficiency in Foreclosure Sale

In Wisconsin, the holder of a mortgage (typically a bank) must wait six months (the “redemption period”) from the date of a foreclosure judgment to hold a foreclosure sale of commercial properties or multifamily residences. This gives the debtor a chance to redeem the property by paying the judgment before the date of the foreclosure sale.  When the property is …

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Family Law in Wausau WI: Property Division at Divorce: Who gets property brought to the marriage?

Find out how our divorce lawyers can assist you. Oftentimes, parties to a divorce mistakenly believe that assets each party owned prior to the marriage will automatically be awarded to that party in the divorce.  In fact, in Wisconsin, generally, all property brought into and/or acquired during the marriage, regardless of how titled, is subject to division upon divorce. This …

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Wrongful Death Wisconsin

Find out how our personal injury lawyers can help you with your claim. Statute of Limitations for Wrongful Death Caused by Medical Malpractice begins to Run Prior to Death If you have lost a loved one due to medical malpractice, there are strict time limitations within which you must act in order to protect your rights. Failure to begin your wrongful death suit …

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Business Attorney in Wausau: Child Labor Laws Revised

Wisconsin’s child labor laws were recently changed to make the rules regarding 16 and 17 year-old workers the same as federal child labor laws. The new law became effective July 1, 2011, and allows 16 and 17 year-old workers to work an unlimited number of hours per week. Formerly, the law capped the number of hours they could work at …

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Corporate Lawyer Wausau: Wisconsin Small Claims Limits Raised

Wisconsin’s 2011-2013 biennial budget bill increases the amount for which one may sue in Small Claims Court from $5,000 or less to $10,000 or less.  The new, higher jurisdictional amount applies to civil actions (a) for money judgments; (b) for garnishment or most attachments; or (c) to enforce a lien upon movable assets. In addition, eviction actions are always filed …

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Asbestos Attorney Wisconsin: Asbestos Use Today

The last asbestos mine in the United States closed in 2002. It is commonly believed that the U.S. no longer manufactures products containing asbestos, a known cause of mesothelioma cancer.  Unfortunately, this is not the case.  According to the EPA, about 3,000 tons of asbestos are imported to the U.S. annually for use in manufacturing products such as roofing materials …

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