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What Is the Role of an Attorney During the Estate Planning Process?

November 30, 2017 La Crosse, La Crosse County Estate planning is a crucial part of life. It serves to protect your health and financial decisions while you’re still alive and provide for your loved ones after your death. While it … Continue reading

Top 3 Advantages of Having a Divorce Attorney Represent You

Written by: Attorney Judith E. Payne   Regardless of how simple or amicable you think your divorce is going to be, the truth is you never know when a mix of emotions or a disagreement with your spouse will cause … Continue reading

New Drafting Rule for Attorney-Mediators

Written by: Attorney Judith E. Payne October 9th, 2017 Lawyer-Mediators can now draft settlement agreements   On July 1, 2017, an amendment was made to the Supreme Court Rules that now will permit lawyers who mediate family law cases to … Continue reading

Different circumstances call for different mediation styles

Written by: Attorney Judith E. Payne September 21st, 2017 Now that you have decided to use mediation for your divorce, you need to know how the mediator might approach your situation and what the right style might be for you … Continue reading

Why Choose Mediation for Your Divorce?

Written by: Attorney Judith E. Payne September 14th, 2017 You’ve decided that the marriage is over, but you and your spouse want to resolve things amicably – without a big court fight. Where do you start? Family law mediation is … Continue reading

WIPFLI LLP’s 2015 “Good News/Bad News” Annual Tax Letter

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Court of Appeals Broadly Construes Dog Bite Liability Statute

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Supreme Court Rules That Term In Commercial Lease Means Only What It Means, Nothing More

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Vague And Uncertain Memorandum Of Understanding Does Not Support Breach Of Fiduciary Duty Claim

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The Dichotomy Of Journalistic Privilege In Wisconsin’s Courts

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Long Saga Of Wrongfully Terminated Attorney Continues

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Competitor’s Purchase Of Well-Known Attorneys’ Names As Internet Search Terms Does Not Violate Privacy Rights

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Bringing Privacy-Based Claim Makes Name A Matter Of Public Interest, Barring Subsequent Privacy-Based Suit

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Change In Financial Circumstances Makes Marital Property Agreement Unfair

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Facebook — A Virtual Water Cooler

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Open Records – A Unanimous Decision From A Divided Court

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Mixed Orders Regarding Child Support Appropriate In Certain Cases

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Supreme Court To Consider Contractor Records Provision Of Open Records Law

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Uncorroborated, “Self-Serving” Affidavit Can Rebut Signed Acknowledgement And Prevent Summary Judgment

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