Curfew Laws: Why you need to know where your child is
Many parents today remember a time when the 10 p.m. news began with a question for viewers: “It’s 10 p.m. Do you know where your child is?”
Protected Classes: When Letting Go of an Employee Gets Complicated
What happens when you need to terminate someone for cause but it appears to be discriminatory?
Five Tips for Employee Evaluations
While employers in Wisconsin are not required to give their workers evaluations—or even keep personnel files—they are wise to do them, and do them thoughtfully.
EEOC Charges Filed in 2016
If you think we've moved beyond employment discrimination issues in recent years, you may want to rethink that position.
Screening sitters: eight steps to give you peace of mind
The end of the school year marks the beginning of summer sitter season. If you're among the many families looking for someone to watch your children, we have several screening suggestions to help.
The Most Common Fines Assessed Against Small Businesses
When you own a small business, complying with regulations and laws is an essential part of your role. But the responsibility can be overwhelming.
Divestment: Understanding legal alternatives
With nursing home costs now averaging close to $80,000 per year, it’s no wonder many seniors need the help of Medical Assistance or Medicaid when they hit a major health crisis.
Revising Your Estate Plan During and After Divorce
You are separated. Is this the time to change beneficiaries on life insurance and your retirement accounts?
Think you understand small claims court? Take our quiz and find out.
Test your knowledge! How well do you understand small claims court? Answer the multiple choice questions below to find out.
New Parent Legal Checklist
Once you become a parent, there’s never a shortage of things to do. Many days, one just feels lucky to take a shower. But it’s critical to make time to protect your baby and yourself with these important legal planning steps.
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