Wisconsin

You've been preparing for your small claims case for a while now, and you're ready. You've arranged for your witnesses to be at trial, and you have al ... read more
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WI After Small Claims Court
You've been preparing for your small claims case for a while now, and you're ready. You've arranged for your witnesses to be at trial, and you have all the receipts and other documents ready. It's getting close to the time for the commissioner (or circuit court judge, if one's been assigned to your case) ... Read more

Divorce Procedures in Wisconsin
When you get a divorce, you legally separate your life from your spouse's. This process can be lengthy and get quite messy, especially if you disagree on terms. Wisconsin has certain rules you must follow to ensure both parties in a divorce are treated fairly. Divorcing Without an Attorney While it is ... Read more

Filing a Bankruptcy Claim in Wisconsin
Do you need relief from endless phone calls from bill collectors? Are you worried about losing your home to foreclosure? Bankruptcy may be able to help. Bankruptcy is a federal law that allows you to manage, and in some cases, eliminate, your debts. Individuals filing for bankruptcy in Wisconsin may ... Read more

Wisconsin Traffic Violations
Traffic violations are criminal acts that violate the rules of driving. Most violations are considered minor infractions. They usually won't have serious consequences. However, some violations, such as driving while under the influence, can be considered major criminal offenses. Also, minor violations ... Read more

Expungement Laws in Wisconsin
When you have a criminal record, no matter how minor, employers, landlords, and others may find it hard to take a chance on you. Many states allow you to have these records expunged or sealed so the public cannot see them. Wisconsin's rules on expungement are very strict, but if a criminal past is making ... Read more

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