Petit & Dommershausen Legal Blog

Thinking about your Estate Plan during the COVID 19 Pandemic.

By Nathan Wojan | April 23, 2020 | Comments Off on Thinking about your Estate Plan during the COVID 19 Pandemic.

Have you been considering your Will? Trust? Powers of Attorney? Advanced Directive? Petit & Dommershausen, SC, law firm is here to help with your legal needs during these difficult times. A Well Crafted Estate Plan is an important consideration for everyone, especially now. While considering one’s death and dying or incapacity is unpleasant, a Well Crafted Estate Plan can […]

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How will the Coronavirus affect my Divorce or Family Law case?

By PD Blogger | April 1, 2020 | Comments Off on How will the Coronavirus affect my Divorce or Family Law case?

Governor Evers has declared a public health emergency due to the novel Coronavirus and associated COVID-19 pandemic for the State of Wisconsin. The United States Centers for Disease Control has issued guidance directing that businesses, organizations, and governmental units develop and implement flexible attendance policies that allow employees to stay home when sick, to remain […]

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COVID 19 UPDATE

By PD Blogger | March 23, 2020 | Comments Off on COVID 19 UPDATE

Petit & Dommershausen, SC, remains open for business. We are dedicated to your case and pursuit of your Great Outcome. However, in response to the COVID-19 crisis, we are talking every step possible to protect our clients, our staff and our community. The health and safety of our clients, our attorneys, our staff, and the […]

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Child Support in Wisconsin

By PD Blogger | January 15, 2020 | Comments Off on Child Support in Wisconsin

Establishing Child Support and Child Support Guidelines The law is clear that every parent must financially support their children, regardless of each parent’s involvement in the child’s life. Children have a legal right to receive support from both of their parents. In Wisconsin, we use a Child Support Percentage of Income Standard to determine this. This […]

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Adverse Possession. Can you claim someone else’s property in Wisconsin?

By PD Blogger | December 31, 2019 | Comments Off on Adverse Possession. Can you claim someone else’s property in Wisconsin?

Adverse possession is a concept where a person can actually gain legal title over someone else’s land. Wisconsin courts have continued to enforce this notion. The idea behind adverse possession if that if you spend enough time caring for someone else’s real property, that they don’t care about or perhaps have even forgotten, and the […]

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Happy Holidays 2019

By Nathan Wojan | December 19, 2019 | Comments Off on Happy Holidays 2019

From everyone at Petit & Dommershausen, SC, to all of our clients, their families, and our community – Happy Holidays!

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Import Wisconsin Divorce Law Changes: Impact of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Family Law

By PD Blogger | November 28, 2019 | Comments Off on Import Wisconsin Divorce Law Changes: Impact of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on Family Law

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, passed in 2017, imposed extensive changes throughout the tax code. A few of those changes directly impact Wisconsin family law litigants and are important to keep in mind, particularly when going through a divorce. The first, and arguably most drastic change which impacts family law, is the elimination of […]

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Is CBD Oil Legal in Wisconsin?

By Nathan Wojan | November 5, 2019 | Comments Off on Is CBD Oil Legal in Wisconsin?

               If you have driven through, or live in, any medium to large-size city in Wisconsin, chances are you have seen at least one “CBD Oil Sold Here!” banner hanging in a store window. The use of CBD oil has become increasingly trendy over the last year, and many users claim that it can help […]

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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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