Flag desecration: is it OK to wear clothes decorated with an old flag?
I have a pair of bell bottoms that I found at a thrift store with flares made from an old American flag. Is it considered flag desecration to wear them?
Business partnerships: What you need to know about getting in, out
The many benefits that can come with a business partnership often entice people to begin working together before they have formalized all the details.
The odds of a felony conviction [Infographic]
Infographic showing the latest data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics reveals the number of felony charges that actually end in convictions.
If I’m fired, will I lose my pension?
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act, sometimes called ERISA, provides important protections should you be terminated prior to retirement.
Full Disclosure: Brandon Prinsen
Most clients know Brandon Prinsen for his business law and estate planning acumen, but here we show another side.
For sale by owner: avoid common legal problems
With today’s do-it-yourself approach to many things home-related, it’s not uncommon for home sellers to take the for-sale-by-owner route.
Service Dogs Nothing to Sniff At [INFOGRAPHIC]
Want to know the difference between service animals and emotional support animals? How about signs of a true service animal? Or laws to protect service dogs? This infographic has answers.
Service animals at work
Like any other requests surrounding disabilities, employers must treat seriously employee requests to bring service animals to work.
Should you say I do to the prenup?
Do you really need a prenuptial agreement? If you’re in Wisconsin, this quiz will help you decide.
New divorce laws in 2019
The new tax laws now in effect are creating significant ripple effects through homes across America, and some of the homes feeling it the most are those where couples are divorcing.
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