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Teens and Alcohol: The party's at our house

We’re hosting a graduation party at home for our son and a few of his friends. Can we serve teens alcohol as long as we’re supervising? Read More »

Finally, A Peace Treaty for Humans and Their Pets

Due to overwhelming demand, our law firm has taken a unique and playful turn, crafting a bespoke peace treaty for our clients with more... furry concerns. Read More »

5 Ways a Real Estate Lawyer Protects Your Home Investment

Navigating the maze of homebuying can be complex and costly, but enlisting a knowledgeable real estate attorney can be a game-changer. Read More »

Avoiding Probate: A Guide for Consumers

Probate, a court-supervised process of distributing a deceased person's assets, can often be more of a burden than a relief. Here's how to avoid probate. Read More »

Personal Injury: Proving Emotional Distress

The complexity of the human psyche makes proving emotional distress in personal injury trials challenging. Read More »

AI Laws and Ethical Considerations Still Evolving

AI development has outpaced the development of AI laws, raising complex questions about rights, responsibilities, and regulations. Read More »

Do I have to let a tenant's emotional support animal live with them?

Here's what you need to know as a landlord about emotional support animals. Read More »

Getting engaged: legal considerations lack romance

Valentine's Day isn't just all about love and chocolate. If it includes a marriage proposal, it can also be about oral contracts and conditional gifts. Read More »

Estate planning for blended families

If you are in a blended family, you may need to take extra steps when estate planning. Working with a trusted estate planning attorney can give you the peace of mind that you've taken proper legal steps to ensure your estate will be settled as you want it to be Read More »

Infographic offers divorce prep checklist

Information is power, and when it comes to divorce, Johns, Flaherty & Collins wants you to know what you can expect and the decisions that await. Read More »

What is a preliminary hearing in Wisconsin?

How preliminary hearings in WI work, plus when to waive a preliminary hearing and how and when to use preliminary hearings to negotiate a deal. Read More »

Parental liability: who pays?

Our neighbors' rambunctious, young children were running around our house and knocked over our 8K TV. It's irreparable and $4,500 to replace. Our neighbors are refusing to pay, saying it was our fault for not having it properly mounted. Do we have any legal recourse? Read More »

Q&A: Do I need a license for a simple raffle in Wisconsin?

I volunteer with an organization & we’re planning a raffle fundraiser. Someone said we need a license from the state to have our raffle. Is that true? Read More »

How to (realistically) avoid drunken driving this holiday season

Research has found that attitudes about drunken driving change with the amount one drinks. Read More »

Drinking and driving: Should I submit to a field sobriety test?

To request a field sobriety test, an officer must have probable cause that you were driving while impaired as evidenced by your driving behavior. Read More »