Petit & Dommershausen Legal Blog

Grandparents Rights (Updated 10/09/2019)

By PD Blogger | October 9, 2019 | Comments Off on Grandparents Rights (Updated 10/09/2019)

Grandparent Rights in Wisconsin Many states allow at least some form of grandparent visitation, after a determination as to whether such visitation is in the best interests of the child.  However, under a new WI Supreme Court case this process has gotten much more difficult. The first thing the grandparents must prove is that the […]

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Pardons in Wisconsin

By PD Blogger | October 9, 2019 | Comments Off on Pardons in Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s Governor has reinstated pardon review. Petit & Dommershausen, SC, offers a broad overview of the pardon process based on announced rules and governing law. Questions? Contact us today. PARDON ELIGIBILITY An individual is eligible for a pardon only if all of the following conditions apply to them: Must be for a felony conviction. However, […]

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What Are the Consequences of a Misdemeanor?

By Nathan Wojan | October 4, 2019 | Comments Off on What Are the Consequences of a Misdemeanor?

What will happen if I am charged with a misdemeanor? What happens after a misdemeanor conviction? Can I go to college after a misdemeanor conviction? These and many other important questions are asked when dealing with a misdemeanor charge. Unfortunately, many people don’t fully understand the consequences of a misdemeanor conviction in Wisconsin. A conviction […]

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Wisconsin Law: At what age can a child decide which parent they want to live with?

By PD Blogger | September 19, 2019 | Comments Off on Wisconsin Law: At what age can a child decide which parent they want to live with?

So, you’re either going through a divorce or you already have an existing placement order. Your child is at an age where they have started to express an opinion as to which parent they want to live with or spend the most time with. At what age does the child’s opinion matter? Under Wisconsin statutes, […]

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Can they take your blood if you passed out? “Mitchell v. Wisconsin: Unconscious Drivers and the Implied Consent Law”

By PD Blogger | August 26, 2019 | Comments Off on Can they take your blood if you passed out? “Mitchell v. Wisconsin: Unconscious Drivers and the Implied Consent Law”

                It is common knowledge that those who drive after consuming a sufficient amount of alcohol may be charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (OWI). While investigating an OWI case, it is common for law enforcement officials to ask the driver of the vehicle to submit to a breath and blood test. This […]

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How much will a Child Support Attorney cost?

By Nathan Wojan | July 19, 2019 | Comments Off on How much will a Child Support Attorney cost?

Cost considerations are an important factor in the selection of any good or service. Making an informed choice necessarily includes an assessment of possible costs. These questions often are raised when considering hiring a lawyer to assist with a child support matter. Child Support Lawyer from the Child Support Agency Many folks first experience with […]

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Criminal Defense Minute

By Nathan Wojan | July 6, 2019 | Comments Off on Criminal Defense Minute

Interested in learning more about the role of a Defense Attorney? Attorney Nathan J. Wojan, from Petit & Dommershausen, SC, offers a brief outline on the topic in this video. Interested in learning more? Call him at 920-739-9900. Attorney Wojan serves Wisconsin.

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Bay Beach | Big Wheel | Ferris Wheel

By Nathan Wojan | July 2, 2019 | Comments Off on Bay Beach | Big Wheel | Ferris Wheel

Petit & Dommershausen, SC, is grateful for the warm welcome our Green Bay Area office has received. We would like to extend our appreciation by joining Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin in GREEN BAY’S GREATEST COMEBACK by donating to the Bay Beach efforts at restoration and revitalization efforts. For each new like Petit & Dommershausen, […]

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School District Choice: Who makes it?

By PD Blogger | June 18, 2019 | Comments Off on School District Choice: Who makes it?

So, you and your significant other separated and have a joint custody/joint placement order. Sharing placement has been relatively calm but now your child needs to start school.  The two of  you live in different school districts so who gets to choose the school district? Under Wisconsin statutes, joint legal custody means that the parents […]

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Estate Planning Minute

By Nathan Wojan | May 2, 2019 | Comments Off on Estate Planning Minute

Interested in learning more about Estate Planning? Attorney Nathan J. Wojan offers a brief outline on the topic in this video. Interested in learning more? Call him at 920-739-9900

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