Online shopping safety guide a must-read
Ninety-six percent of American adults have shopped online at some point. If you'e among them, are you staying safe?
What qualifies as defamation?
Defamation is a tricky area, particularly as it pits harm to one’s reputation against free speech.
5 reasons you should call your insurance company after a car accident
Many are reluctant to call their insurance company after an accident. Here's why they should call anyway.
How to perform a citizen's arrest (and why it's best not to)
For all the talk, citizen’s arrests get very little action in the La Crosse area.
In divorce and family law, Fido counts too
Some states now are enacting legislation to recognize pets as beings with feelings and emotions, and with that, family law is changing.
Child custody: how can I get missing father's permission for international travel?
My 13-year-old daughter hasn't had contact with her father for several years (we don't know where he is). My husband and I want to take her on vacation, but I recently learned that to take her in and out of the country, she needs a notarized letter of consent from her father..
Full Disclosure: Brian Weber
Here's a sneak peek at what interests Brian Weber outside of his law practice.
My ex says she has tenancy rights to my home
She says I should be the one to move.
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?”
Full disclosure: Terry Collins
Terry Collins is a name partner at Johns, Flaherty & Collins. You may know his work, but here's your chance to see another side of him.
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