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When to file bankruptcy

Signs it may be time for you to declare Chapter 7 bankruptcy Read More »


Employment Law Seminar

To ensure you have the latest employment law information you need during the pandemic and its aftermath, Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC, will present a special COVID online edition of our annual employment seminar. We hope you’ll join us. Read More »


What is Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common form of bankruptcy filed. Read More »


Child support: Should I get an adjustment?

My children's mother recently received a big promotion and raise at her work. Can I get an adjustment to the child support I pay? Read More »


Cremation Law: What you need to know about cremation in WI and scattering ashes

In Wisconsin, cremation is  more popular than burials. Read More »


Realistic expectations key for marriage ... and divorce

Believe it or not, marriage and divorce have a lot in common. While anticipating either, we tend to view them as panaceas. But in both cases, they rarely (if ever) are, and you’ll survive either one much better if you enter with realistic expectations. With that in mind, here’s what you can and cannot expect a divorce to do. Read More »


Five steps to avoid online defamation

A generation ago, members of the press were pretty much the only people who had to worry about defamation & libel. Today everyone online needs to think about it Read More »


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. Read More »


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. Read More »


Surly about surcharges? You're not alone. 

COVID-19 surcharges may be a difficult pill to swallow for consumers. For businesses they may provide a valuable lifeline to help survive a harsh economic storm Read More »


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? Read More »


Is an OWI lawyer worth the cost? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Most people familiar with drunken driving arrests will tell you it's never a good idea to represent yourself, but are outcomes any better when you work with a public defender? How about a private lawyer? This infographic shows drunken driving arrest outcomes according to legal representation Read More »


QUIZ: Should I consider bankruptcy?

Deciding whether to file bankruptcy is an agonizing decision. If you're considering, take this quiz to see if bankruptcy may be right for you. Read More »


How can I stop someone from impersonating me online?

A friend of mine recently said she was surprised by one of my Facebook posts. I don’t have a Facebook page, so I couldn’t understand what she was talking about. She showed me a page that had been created in my name with my photo and other personal information and had connected with several of my friends. How can I shut it down? Read More »


Things you shouldn't do while collecting unemployment

It’s important to know the restrictions on what you can do while collecting unemployment. Read More »