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Top 10 questions to ask your divorce attorney

If you’re contemplating divorce, one of the most important steps you can take to relieve stress is hiring the right attorney.  Read More »


Three holiday cautions for employers

Signs that the holidays are here are inescapable. From the music in the stores to the wreaths on the doors, the sounds and symbols are everywhere—in homes, churches and, yes, even workplaces. Read More »


Six things you need to know before buying a timeshare

Before you go out and buy into a timeshare, here are six things you need to know. Read More »


Can you spot a scam? Take our quiz to find out.

It would seem with every new form of telecommunications comes a bevy of new ways for fraudsters to try to bilk you. Read More »


Charitable giving: tips for gifts that last

As another season of giving rolls around, many again will be deciding whether to give, to whom and how much. Read More »


Infographic shows consequences of drinking and driving this holiday season

This infographic offers a snapshot of both the human and the legal consequences of drinking and driving this holiday season. Read More »


Infographic shows how often coworkers report misconduct

The Washington DC-based Ethics Resource Center's most recent National Business Ethics Survey reveals how often co-workers report each other for misconduct and what types of misconduct are most commonly reported. It also shows that many questionable ethical actions are considered OK.  Read More »


Q&A: As a nonprofit board member, can I be held liable?

As a board member, am I liable for the organization’s debts? Read More »


Understanding the process of small claims court

A basic guide to Wisconsin small claims court. Read More »


Easements: what are my rights as landowner?

Easement Question: My local power company just requested an easement to erect some windmills on my farm property. What is an easement, and do I have to oblige? Read More »


Billing disputes: tips for consumers

Communicating with the business should be your first step in any billing dispute. Read More »


Overtime pay: do I have to take comp time instead?

Is my employer violating the law in refusing overtime pay for my work beyond eight hours a day or 40 a week? Read More »


Consent forms: do I give up all my legal rights by signing

With the new school year, I'm getting bombarded with parental consent and release forms.  Read More »


Even the best students can face truancy issues

It’s not uncommon for any student to experience truancy issues—even those earning straight-As Read More »


Legal dilemma: Divorcing spouses disagree on child's religion

My ex and I disagree on our child’s religion. If we leave it up to the court, how will it make a decision? Read More »