We provide professional, cost effective legal service to businesses, organizations and individuals. Our attorneys and staff are trained professionals who listen and work with you to determine your legal needs and achieve practical solutions.
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Our attorneys have a wide range of legal and life experience, and practice in many areas of law including:
Personal injury practice
Limited Liability Company
Entity creation, dissolution, governance and disputes
Criminal & Traffic Defense
Sexual assault defense
Drug crime defense
Fraud & “White Collar Crimes”
Felony and misdemeanor crimes
Estate Planning & Estate Administration
Preparation of Last Wills and Testaments
Drafting Revocable or Living Trusts
Assistance with Durable and Health Care Powers of Attorney
Marital or Prenuptial Agreements
Separations and Annulments
Child Support disputes
Child Custody disputes
Grandparents Rights Actions
Guardianships and Conservatorships
Civil lawsuits representing either plaintiff’s or defendants
Wrongful death actions
Auto or motorcycle accidents
Tax Planning and Return Preparation
Federal and State Tax Returns for fiduciaries, partnerships and individuals
Farm Tax Returns
Tax planning advice
Representing sellers or buyers
Sale or purchase of homes, recreational lands, farms, business property
Sub-division development projects
Provide support in For Sale By Owner (FSBO) situations
Draft or review easements, or other land agreements
Our attorneys frequently represent individuals and businesses in many central Wisconsin courthouses including: Baraboo, Madison, Portage, Dodgeville, Richland Center, Friendship, LaCrosse, Prairie du Chien, Mauston, Montello, Monroe, Janesville, and many others.
We represent clients throughout neighboring communities including Prairie du Sac, Sauk City, Lodi, Reedsburg, Baraboo, Portage, Spring Green, Mazomanie, Black Earth, Cross Plains, Arena, Merrimac, Wisconsin Dells, Lake Delton, Richland Center, Waunakee, Plain, Fitchburg, Madison, Middleton and other communities large and small.
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CHANGES IN WISCONSIN LAW RELATING TO STUDENT ATHLETES AND CONCUSSIONS
This Wisconsin Legislature enacted Wisconsin Statute Section 118.293 in April of this year, seeking to protect student athletes from the dangers of head concussions. The act applies to youth athletics and requires an athlete who sustains a concussion to be immediately removed from play and practice until evaluated by a "health care provider". This law applies to all youth sports and adds a duty to those coaches, officials and organizers of youth sporting activities. This law is similar to the WIAA rule, "When in Doubt, Sit it out". Medical concerns about concussions have changed dramatically over the past years, and lead to this enactment.