Divorce & Family Law Posts

Primary Custody, Shared Custody and Split Custody: Understanding the Differences

When parents decide to share the custody of their children, there are differing ways to approach an arrangement, among them, primary, shared or split custody.  Read More »


How much does divorce cost in Wisconsin?

One of the first questions asked by someone contemplating divorce is how much does it cost? Read More »


Five Things You Can't Do During Divorce

The divorce process is an emotional gauntlet that is tough to navigate. Avoid friction by considering the following don’ts during your divorce Read More »


Five tips for choosing a lawyer

Chances are at some point in your life, you'll need a lawyer. It is the nature of the complex world we live in that sometimes we need the guidance of an attorney to protect our interests. Whatever the reason, you want to make sure you get the caliber of representation you deserve.  Read More »


Five everyday legal tips to make life easier

Life can be messy. With some legal planning some of the messiest can minimized. These five legal tips can help preemptively smooth out some trials of life Read More »


Augmented reality meets metal and glass: Poke-risks in a Poke-verse

Pokemon is nothing new. Since the late 90s, gamers have captured, trained and battled with hundreds of little creatures from the comfort of their couches. Pokemon has spawned anime and manga television series, a few dozen films and a lovely low-tech card trading game that cost unknown numbers of third graders stern reprimands during silent reading time. Now, the Pokemon franchise gives us some legal issues to consider. Read More »


Do you need a prenup? Depends on how you answer these four questions.

These four questions can help you determine whether a prenup makes sense for you and your partner. Read More »


Q & A: Can I suspend child support during summer vacations?

As a non-custodial parent, you may wonder if you need to pay child support during the summer, especially if your child is staying with you during their vacation Read More »


The party's at our house

We’re hosting a graduation party at home for our son and a few of his friends. As long as we’re supervising, is there any problem with serving a little beer? Read More »


Four things you need to know about cohabitation contracts

More than ever, couples are choosing cohabitation over marriage. If you and your partner are living together and want to maintain the simplicity you sought in the first place, you may want to consider a cohabitation contract.     Read More »