Not every marriage results in children, and not every divorce results in a dispute over custody and placement of children. But when placement and custody disputes occur, nothing is more important than your point of view for your children’s future. We aggressively assist fathers and mothers with those complicated issues.
Family life today is not always traditional. Many options exist to a traditional marriage. We offer representation in "out-of-wedlock" situations where parents are not married. This includes representation in paternity, placement and child-support actions.
As we age, we have unique and specialized needs. This may mean individuals need help with managing our assets, or paying our bills. Or, it may involve a nursing home placement, or dealing with end of life issues. A Health Care or Durable Power of Attorney may be the necessary tool to deal with these situations.
Disputes over post-judgment placement, and child support adjustments are frequent issues after a divorce. Life changes, and often the need for changes to court Orders are a necessity. We offer a full range of representation in divorce post-judgment matters.
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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.