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COVID-19 brings push for estate planning

It’s always a good time to plan for the “just in case” scenarios. Read More »


Coronavirus leave: here's what businesses and workers need to know

Highlights from the new Families First Coronavirus Response law. The legislation ensures paid sick leave for people with or caring for people with coronavirus Read More »


Your most-asked questions about how COVID-19 affects your business

Answers to your top 3 questions about how COVID-19 affects your business operations  Read More »


Work-from-home policies help employers manage in changing times

Work-from-home policies help employers navigate COVID-19 social distance precautions. Read More »


Doyle Law Office joins Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC

Doyle Law Office, SC, has joined the law firm of Johns, Flaherty & Collins, SC. Steven Doyle became a partner on March 1, and paralegal Jane Peterson and legal assistant Becky Henry joined him in the move. Read More »


Marital debt: do I have to pay my ex-husband's bills?

Wisconsin is a marital property state, meaning you may be liable. Read More »


Prime Times (and Reasons) to Recheck Your Will and Estate Plans

You finally realized the importance of writing your will a few years ago and got it done. Whew. That's over with. Or is it?   Read More »


Recent and pending divorces: a tax filing primer

For people who divorced last year or who are in the midst of divorcing now, taxes are yet another of the many details to be negotiated. Read More »


Avoid common estate planning mistakes

At first glance, estate planning can seem like an unpleasant task, but it's important if you want to decide how your assets will be distributed. 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 »


Brent Smith and Brandon Prinsen named in Wisconsin Super Lawyers

Two lawyers from the local law firm Johns, Flaherty & Collins have been named in the 2020 issue of Wisconsin Super... Read More »


Ten questions to decide whether and when to sell your business

Pundits have long discussed the life cycles of businesses, often reducing them to tidy four- or five-phase sequences. For business owners, however, the stages are not so clear and can be fogged by their own personal life cycles. Read More »


5 classic divorce mistakes to avoid

Sadly, happily-ever-after does not always happen, a reason many couples find themselves in court to dissolve what once appeared to be so promising. Read More »


Gym memberships constitute legal contracts

I want to join a gym to help me get in shape for the new year, but I’ve heard so many horror stories about people who join and then can’t quit. Read More »


Planned Giving: Should we leave our favorite charity a percentage or specific dollar amount

Attorney Katelyn Doyle recommends using a percentage rather than a dollar amount in your will. Read More »