Blog Posts in May, 2017

  • How Child Support is Calculated in Wisconsin

    Whether you are seeking payments or worried about your obligation to pay, both parents are responsible for providing child support in Wisconsin. A court can order one or both parents to pay child support that is either necessary or reasonable. In most cases, the parent with less than 50% of physical custody is the one who has to make the payment. Since the parent with majority custody is already ...
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  • Community Property vs. Equitable Distribution

    There are many issues involved in a Wisconsin divorce . From child custody to alimony payments, you and your soon-to-be-ex spouse may disagree with one another of one or several terms. One of the most common subjects that are hotly contested during divorce involves how property and assets are divided. In the United States, there are two types of laws that determine property division: community ...
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