2016

Blog Posts in 2016

  • What Happens to Child Support When a Child Becomes an Adult in Wisconsin?

    In the state of Wisconsin, parents are obligated to financially support a child until his or her 18 th birthday. This obligation may be extended to the age of 19 if the child is still in high school and in pursuit of a high school diploma. Children do not always simply age out of support automatically, however, and sometimes parents are contacted by the Child Support Agency to terminate their ...
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  • Divorce and Health Insurance in Wisconsin

    Divorce is never an easy thing. While it takes an obvious emotional toll, divorce also complicates many other aspects of both spouses’ lives. Health insurance is one such issue that a married couple will face upon ending their union, particularly if a spouse is receiving coverage via their spouse’s employer. With some of the fairly recent changes in Wisconsin law regarding health insurance, there ...
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  • 4 Simple Ways to Survive Your Workday During Divorce

    Wading through the emotional turmoil that is divorce can be stressful. On one hand, the prospect of starting fresh at life can be exciting. On the other hand, the uncertainty of your family’s future and the loss of a lifetime companion can be debilitating. Somedays, it might be difficult to get out of bed or be productive at work. As Madison divorce lawyers , we have worked with many clients who ...
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  • How to Tell Your Kids You're Getting Divorced

    Think of all the stress, frustration, fear and sadness you have likely felt leading up to the decision to divorce. Most people are overwhelmed with emotion during this time. As a parent, you offer your children stability; they look at you and your partner for guidance about the world. Divorce means change for your family and your children need your help understanding what this change means for ...
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  • Divorce When There Is A Family or Privately Held Business

    Sometimes a business owner will refer to the business as "my baby." In a divorce action, the potent combination of financial security provided by a family-owned business, and the emotional attachment to this additional "baby" in the family, can derail both the family and the business. It doesn't have to be that way. It is possible to address openly and honestly how to fairly compensate both ...
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  • Balisle Family Law Legal Counsel, S.C. Provides Support to The Rainbow Project's Work With Abused Children and their Families

    Attorney Linda Balisle of Balisle Family Law Legal Counsel, S.C. has dedicated time and money to The Rainbow Project since it opened in 1980. Now celebrating 35 years of service in Madison/Dane County. The Rainbow Project assists children, adults, their families, and caregivers who have experienced trauma. This extends to events such as domestic violence, sex trafficking or exploitation, neglect, ...
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