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When to fly the American flag at half-staff

Displaying the American flag requires adherence to certain standards. Here's when, why and how to fly a U.S. flag at half-staff. Read More »

Fireworks: What's legal in Wisconsin?

Some would argue there is nothing more American than apple pie, mom and fireworks, especially around the Fourth of July. Read More »

Current international travel rules vary greatly by location

For U.S. citizens who want to wander internationally, it's important to consider pandemic rules and regulations for the nation destination you have in mind and be aware of any regulations you might face upon your return to U.S. soil. Read More »

Renting out your space via Airbnb? Consider these legal issues first.

With sites like Airbnb and VRBO, the internet has made it easy for people to rent out their property, but the issue can become sticky for both the property owner and the renter. Read More »

Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC, welcomes new associate

Emily Iverson has joined Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC, as an associate attorney. Read More »

Strategies for heading off estate troubles

With careful pre-planning, you can anticipate and head off potential estate problems. Read More »

Curfew Laws: Why you need to know where your child is

Curfew laws are ostensibly designed to prevent crime, though there’s no definitive research to demonstrate that they do so. Read More »

Debunked: five myths about wills and probate

“People have many reasons for putting off estate planning,” says Prinsen, “many of which are due to common myths.” Read More »

Jury Duty: Do you have to go?

Often when people are called for jury duty they have reasons they don’t want to go: a big deadline at work, child care issues, illness or just plain disinclination Read More »

What is the Guardian Ad Litem going to ask me when I meet with them?

In Wisconsin, the Guardian Ad Litem will be a court-appointed attorney to represent your children’s best interests. Read More »

Buying vs leasing: understanding the pros and cons

Whether you're starting a new business or growing an existing one, you probably need equipment to get the job done. Read More »

What is probate, and do we have to go through it?

When it comes to planning the distribution of assets it's important to understand probate, the purpose it serves & whether it's necessary for your situation Read More »

3 signs you have a personal injury case

If you watch TV you may think virtually any injury results in a personal injury case & thousands of dollars are waiting for you to claim. Reality is much different Read More »

How old does a child have to be to choose which parent to live with?

Custody and placement laws vary from state to state, so understanding Wisconsin law and how it may impact your family is key. Read More »

Avoiding workplace retaliation claims

Workplace retaliation claims can be extremely challenging for companies to defend, and they can be incredibly costly to businesses.   Read More »