Married couples in Wisconsin and elsewhere are 75 percent more likely to divorce if they have friends who have divorced, according to a study conducted by researchers at Brown University, Harvard University and the University of California, San Diego. It additionally found that people are 33 percent more likely to divorce if they know a friend of a friend who has gotten divorced.
Even in a seller's market, it can be difficult for some homes in Wisconsin or other states to sell quickly or for top dollar. One reason may be that the home is not listed correctly. Buyers tend to look for homes that meet specific criteria such as having three bedrooms or a finished basement. If a home is incorrectly listed, a buyer may never find it during his or her search.
When a Wisconsin resident creates a will, it generally allows them to name a guardian for a child. The same is generally true for parents in any other state in the country. However, if a parent passes away or becomes incapacitated suddenly, a child may need care right away. In some cases, a family member or other potential guardian can't get to the child for several hours.
Wisconsin business owners understand the importance of taking certain steps to ensure they have the legal protection necessary to shield the interests of their company. One important way you can do this for your business is to have strong, enforceable contracts, including employment contracts. This specific type of business contract can help you protect your operations in the future.
Some Wisconsin motorists may assume that the worst day of the year for traffic fatalities is during the icy winter or on a popular travel holiday. According to research, however, the deadliest day falls in the middle of summer. Experts give various explanations for this finding.