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Aerial Boundaries Above Petit & Dommershausen, SC

By Nathan Wojan | January 7, 2019 | Comments Off on Aerial Boundaries Above Petit & Dommershausen, SC
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Paternity Law In Wisconsin

By PD Blogger | January 2, 2019 | Comments Off on Paternity Law In Wisconsin

DECLARATION OF PATERNAL INTEREST Don’t let your parental rights be terminated without your knowledge!! Do you believe someone you slept with could be carrying your child?  If so, do you want to be notified if the mom is making the important decision to give the child up for adoption? If the answer is yes, you […]

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Arrested for Prostitution?

By Nathan Wojan | October 24, 2018 | Comments Off on Arrested for Prostitution?

Were you arrested for prostitution in Wisconsin? Did you make a mistake?  Were you arrested?  Don’t let one mistake get in the way of making better decisions moving forward.  The Wisconsin Law Firm Petit & Dommershausen, SC, can help you today.  Our team of attorneys have the experience to guide you through the legal process, […]

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Grandparents Rights

By PD Blogger | September 20, 2018 | Comments Off on Grandparents Rights

Grandparent Rights in Wisconsin Most states allow at least some form of grandparent visitation, after a determination as to whether scuh visitation is in the best interests of the child. This inquiry can vary vastly from county to county and Judge to Judge. At Petit & Dommershausen, we guide you thru the process to get […]

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Back to School Tips for Divorcing Parents

By PD Blogger | August 29, 2018 | Comments Off on Back to School Tips for Divorcing Parents

As the school year begins again, co-parenting issues often come to a boiling point.  Here are some tips to try and co-parent in a more effective and efficient manner in the days ahead. Otherwise, you and your ex will be in and out of court asking the court to order solutions which cause your child […]

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Understand a Misdemeanor Charge in Wisconsin

By PD Blogger | August 14, 2018 | Comments Off on Understand a Misdemeanor Charge in Wisconsin

MISDEMEANOR IN WISCONSIN In Wisconsin, a misdemeanor is a crime that can be punished by a year or less in jail – unlike a felony, a crime that can be punished by a year or more in prison. Most Wisconsin misdemeanors are Class A, B, or C misdemeanors. Class C Misdemeanors are the least serious crimes.  […]

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Petit & Dommershausen SC | Facebook

By Nathan Wojan | March 27, 2018 | Comments Off on Petit & Dommershausen SC | Facebook

Get Social With Us! Looking to stay up to date with happenings in legal news, events at the firm, and other points of interest?  The P&D Facebook page offers ongoing updates on these and many other topics.  Like our Facebook page here! Many of our lawyers maintain a Facebook presence so you will be able […]

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WHAT HAPPENS TO DEBTS AFTER A LOVED ONE DIES?

By PD Blogger | February 25, 2018 | Comments Off on WHAT HAPPENS TO DEBTS AFTER A LOVED ONE DIES?

Debts After Passing Away When a loved one dies, either the personal representative or an heir is likely going to have to figure out the finances, including any financial obligations. All of their assets (i.e., bank accounts, businesses, cars, real estate, etc.) are all lumped together into what is called an estate. If the estate […]

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WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER MEDIATING YOUR DIVORCE

By PD Blogger | January 25, 2018 | Comments Off on WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER MEDIATING YOUR DIVORCE

Divorce Mediation Divorce can be emotionally, financially, and physically stressful. Divorce mediation is a way to reduce stress. While protracted litigation is necessary in some cases, for many people, mediation is an effective alternative that allows you to reach an agreement in the least stressful way. In a divorce mediation, a neutral mediator assists a […]

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Trying to Move with Joint Custody of a Child?

By PD Blogger | January 12, 2018 | Comments Off on Trying to Move with Joint Custody of a Child?

[Editor’s Note: The Law has changed. Please consult with a professional at Petit & Dommershausen for additional information. New blog post forthcoming.] Parents Should Know In Wisconsin, if parents share custody and physical placement, you have to provide the other parent with at least 60 days’ written notice if you want to move out of […]

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