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Can I get a divorce in Wisconsin without a Lawyer? (Divorce in Wisconsin)

Can I get a divorce in Wisconsin without a Lawyer? by My Wisconsin Attorney Of course!  Obtaining a divorce in Wisconsin without legal representation is entirely possible.  However, this usually requires both you and your spouse to agree on ALL terms related to the divorce (including custody, placement and property division).  Even if you agree, you may still need help drafting the correct documents and guidence through the process itself - this is where we can help. If you are considering divorcing without...
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Can I Represent Myself in my Divorce? (Wisconsin Pro Se Divorce)

Can I represent myself in my divorce?  by My Wisconsin Attorney The short answer, YES. The longer answer:  Representing yourself in your divorce is entirely possible.  If you and your spouse agree on all the terms of your divorce, you may be able to proceed without representation.  The tricky part is knowing which forms to file, and understanding the process itself - this is where we come in.  Our office can draft your documents and provide you with guidance on the court...
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Collection Efforts on Debts Discharged in Bankruptcy (Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney)

Collection Efforts on Debts Discharged in Bankruptcy by My Wisconsin Attorney What happens when a creditor tries to collect on a debt that was discharged in bankruptcy?  If the debt that the creditor is attempting to collect was in fact discharged in bankruptcy, federal laws prohibit creditors from filing a lawsuit, sending you collection letters, calling you, withholding funds, or threatening to file a compliant against you.  If you have been subject to this type of harassment, don't hesitate to hire an attorney – in some...
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Debt Solultions & Debt Relief (Wisconsin Bankruptcy Lawyer)

Debt Solutions & Debt Relief by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Lawyer How to STOP Garnishments, STOP Creditor Harassment, STOP Lawsuits, STOP Foreclosures and Eliminate Debt (credit card, personal loans, judgments, medical bills, utility bills, and payday loans).   In Wisconsin, there are a few different ways to accomplish what I have noted above - Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy, or Wisconsin Chapter 128. Chapter 7 is the most common form of bankruptcy.  It is designed to provide people with...
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Bankruptcy and My Personal Property (Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney)

Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney - My clients often ask, "what personal property can I keep if I file for bankruptcy?" When you file for bankruptcy, there are limits (i.e., exemptions) on the amount of property you can keep.  If the value of your property falls within these limits, you will be able to keep all of your personal property during and after the bankruptcy. For example, according to current Wisconsin state law, you may keep $4,000 in equity in your car (double if you...
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