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How Can a Father Establish Paternity in Wisconsin?

July 30, 2021

According to the CDC, about 40% of babies in the U.S. are born to unmarried women. When a couple is not married, the paternity of the child is not automatic. The parents must establish paternity through the courts.

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How Can We Resolve Boundary Line Disputes?

July 23, 2021

Disputes over boundary lines are most likely to occur when someone constructs a fence or other structure. You need to do everything you can to protect your property and maintain your investment. A dispute can make life miserable and it can impact your acreage. When you have a boundary line dispute, it is often a good idea to seek guidance from an experienced attorney.

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What Can Employers Do When Employees Do Not Want to Return to Work?

July 16, 2021

While the pandemic slows and the country and state begin to return to normal operations, some companies are finding it difficult to hire enough workers. Learn more about “employment at will” and what employers can do about a lack of workers.

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Who is Responsible for Making Repairs to a Home for Sale?

July 9, 2021

When you buy a home, you expect that if there are any problems or damages you will know about them and can put a plan in place to fix them.

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Preventing Violence in the Workplace

July 2, 2021

Violent acts in the workplace are increasing across the country. As a growing problem, it has lasting repercussions on businesses and employees. The costs associated with workplace violence can be astronomical with an impact that can be difficult to overcome. If a substantial violent act takes place in your company and gets media coverage, the consequences can be devastating. Violent crimes are on the rise, but there are some things you can do to make your workplace safer.

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Understanding Probate

June 25, 2021

Probate is the process of legally proving a person’s will after their death. A person has a will in place to give directions regarding assets and to distribute property to beneficiaries, among other things. When someone dies, the law generally requires you to prove the decedent’s will in order to properly and legally distribute assets. If you die without a will, the state laws guide how your assets are divided. This is called dying intestate. Therefore, it is in your best interest to put a will in place to ensure that your wishes are met and that your loved ones are cared for as you desire.

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Verbal Contracts

June 18, 2021

Contracts are a part of almost every business deal. Whether you are selling a product or service or purchasing equipment and parts, you need to ensure a fair result. A contract is the best way to make sure that you get the results you expect in the timeframe that you want. A written contract protects both you and the other party in the agreement. It is enforceable under the law. However, generally, oral contracts are binding in Wisconsin under many circumstances.

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What is an Employee Handbook and Do We Need One?

June 11, 2021

Businesses of all sizes can make an employee handbook part of their human resource practices. The handbook is the ideal way to provide information to employees and can promote a structured workplace.

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Wisconsin Child Custody

June 4, 2021

The decision to end your marriage is never an easy one, but it can be more complicated when you have young children. In Wisconsin, both parents are allowed to have access to their children in most cases. Learn more about types of custody, factors that impact child custody, and more.

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Tips for Buying a House in a Seller’s Market

May 28, 2021

The housing market is hot and that means that it can become more challenging to find and purchase your dream home. Fewer homes have been for sale, and when they go on the market, they get snapped up quickly. People are paying top dollar for homes right now, if they can get in on a deal at all. Here are some tips to help you buy a home.

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