When it comes to estate planning, a will is often the first thing that comes to mind. However, there are certain situations when a choice is not enough. In those cases, you may need to create a trust to ensure your wishes are appropriately carried out and your assets are protected. Here are three reasons… Continue reading 3 Reasons a Will Isn’t Enough: You May Need a Trust!
Are you looking to improve your co-parenting this new year? Click here for a dozen New Year’s resolutions you can use to thrive as a divorced parent. As usual, if you run into family law issues this year, contact our firm at (608) 400-0376. We are always here to help. Learn more here.
Nobody ever said co-parenting was easy, especially if you live in different states. So when you are handling a situation like this, it is crucial to keep these four things in mind to make the experience run as smoothly as possible: Make Travel Arrangements To make things easier, you and your co-parent should have travel arrangements made… Continue reading Co-Parenting Over State Lines
If you are contemplating divorce this holiday season, you are not alone. Divorce is most commonly filed during the holiday season and up to three months post-season. If you would like to speak with one of our experienced attorneys regarding divorce, please do not hesitate to contact us at 608-420-3942. Learn more here.