In an ideal scenario, everyone would get along and there would be full transparency and cooperation by parties during a divorce. In reality, for most the situation is less than ideal. There may be underlying circumstances that led to the divorce making it difficult to trust your spouse. Unfortunately, that lack of trust tends to continue during the divorce proceedings, and can influence one’s decision-making and willingness to cooperate.
Mistakes and missteps can occur in any divorce proceeding. However, people with significant assets, business interests and real estate holdings can find it especially challenging to navigate the tax and future financial implications of ending a marriage.
Spousal maintenance, or alimony, as it’s more commonly known, is not a “given” in any divorce case.
If you are injured in a car, truck or motorcycle accident, one of the most important things to do is to seek prompt medical attention.
If you are injured in a car accident, you may find yourself dealing with medical appointments, undergoing tests and other treatment procedures for your injuries. This can be worrisome for Wisconsin-personal-injury-case.jpganyone, especially if you don’t know what to expect or how to prepare for your appointments.
Driving or riding on all-terrain vehicles is a popular year-round activity for many Wisconsin residents and vacationers.
After an automobile, truck, motorcycle or ATV accident, you may be surprised at how quickly you are contacted by an insurance adjuster or claims examiner. While procedures vary among insurance companies, it’s not unusual to be contacted while you are still in the hospital or while you are still being treated.
Reimbursement of expenses after an accident can often cause trouble for clients of ours. Expenses are incurred almost immediately after a truck accident, car accident, dog bite, and any type of personal injury accident in Wisconsin.
You may have a desire to disclose the facts of your accident or information about the damages that you have incurred on social media platforms following your accident, however there are several ways this could impact your case.
Even when a person is making a claim, at times, the person that is making the claim will also be partially at fault for the accident. That in legal terms is contributory negligence.
Schott, Bublitz & Engel s.c. has been meeting the legal needs of clients in Wisconsin for over 26 years. As the firm’s reputation has grown, so has the extent of our legal expertise.