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April 2019 Archives

Key points about child support in a Wisconsin family law case

Family law disputes in Wisconsin are rarely easy. One issue that is particularly concerning is child support. Parents will often have questions about various aspects of their case, including whether post-decree modifications are possible and whether there are tax considerations.

Climate change could significantly impact real estate markets

Successful investors in Wisconsin and around the country anticipate market trends and act accordingly. These trends are generally either economic or social, but it is scientific developments that are currently causing the most concern in the commercial real estate sector. This is because the latest science suggests that climate change could drastically alter the real estate landscape over the next half-century and wreak havoc on some of the nation's most lucrative markets.

More courts encouraging shared parenting duties post-divorce

While mothers in Wisconsin and other parts of the country are still likely to get more time with their kids in the event of a divorce, dads are no longer being kept out of the parenting loop. Over the years, the tendency to side with the mother has shifted to the point where more courts are encouraging divorcing parents to share parenting duties instead of automatically opting for sole custody.

Dealing with tenants who don't follow the rules

Owning rental properties has its benefits. You have a passive form of income, a stable investment and the opportunity to meet people from many walks of life. If you are skilled at repairs and renovations, you may enjoy the challenges that arise daily when your tenants have issues with their units or the appliances within.

DIY estate plans versus face-to-face legal consultations

In Wisconsin and across the United States, many people handle their estate planning via less expensive online legal services. Although drafting a will via a do-it-yourself website sounds like a good idea, this method can cause unexpected errors. For instance, the plan may contain typos or incorrect labels on the packages. Plus, some online estate plans may not include all of the essential documents. Even though online estate planning websites employ lawyers for legal advice, consumers cannot have personal consultations without paying exorbitant fees.

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