Marriage Trouble – Divorce – Child Custody And Support Payments – Family Law

MARRIAGE TROUBLE -DIVORCE – CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENTS -DIVORCE LAWYERS… Despite what you might think, even the best marriages can have their share of  trouble. Going through a divorce, however, is one of the most stressful and legally complex life events a person can face. The divorce process can be highly adversarial and embodies financial, legal and highly personal family issues. Couples Read more…

The Legal Rights Of Unmarried Partners

By “unmarried couples”, we mean two individuals who are not married and know they are not married, but who live together in a marriage-like arrangement. While most unmarried couples are heterosexual, we include in this term same-sex relationships as well, although the law regarding same-sex couples is still emerging and is not yet settled. If Read more…

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State Of Wisconsin Divorce Law

Wisconsin Family Law And Divorce Resource U.S. Divorce Laws are enacted by each state using their respective legislative process. Once legislation is enacted into law, the divorce courts in Wisconsin have the authority to manage the divorce proceedings, including, spousal and child support payments, custodial rights of parents and the division of community property. Since state laws are repealed Read more…

Common Law Partner Agreement

Under common law,  when partners choose to move in together, whether they are in a traditional heterosexual relationship or a same-sex relationship, there can be serious legal implications concerning their legal status by virtue of their cohabitation. Specifically, some states have characterized this arrangement as creating a domestic partnership or common law marriage. Depending on your state, this Read more…