In the year 2021, Wisconsin property sales increased at the fastest rate in 15 years. At our law office, we offer guidance for home owners, buyers, and sellers. We can help with many different practice areas such as solving title issues, drafting documents, obtaining required permits, and so much more. Contact us today for assistance… Continue reading Wisconsin Home Sales
Local entrepreneurs have started a new website and gift registry with the aim of and reducing the stigma surrounding divorce and provide support to people after break ups. https://www.wpr.org/dignifying-divorce-and-other-breakups-online
Traffic deaths are on the rise in Wisconsin, with WisDOT attributing the increase to speeding and other risky behaviors behind the wheel. When injuries or deaths occur as a result of distracted or reckless drivers, victims and their loved ones can pursue financial compensation in a personal injury or wrongful death claim. ‘Have to get… Continue reading Wisconsin Traffic Deaths on the Rise
Going through a divorce is always difficult, even if you know it is the best course of action for you and your children. While the process may not be completely painless, you can take steps to lessen the financial and emotional cost of divorce so it is as efficient as possible. Keep the following “do’s” and “don’ts”… Continue reading 5 Divorce Do’s and Don’ts
CJMM’s Personal Injury Team: No billboards. No one-liners. Just 130 years of helping our injured neighbors get back to the lives they love.
A motor vehicle or other accident can turn your life upside down in an instant. We understand. CJMM has represented injured individuals and their families for over 100 years. Our experienced personal injury attorneys will provide the support and representation you need in the aftermath of a motor vehicle accident or other event causing injury or the… Continue reading CJMM’s Personal Injury Team: No billboards. No one-liners. Just 130 years of helping our injured neighbors get back to the lives they love.
Does the stimulus check count toward my monthly income?Answer: No. The stimulus check does not count towards income for Supplement Security Income (SSI) recipients. Do I have to quickly spend down my stimulus check?Answer: No. Social Security Administration will exclude the stimulus checks from a SSI recipient’s resources for twelve (12) months. Will the stimulus… Continue reading How will my stimulus check affect my Social Security and Medicaid Eligbility?