Category Archives: Divorce

Menomonee Falls, WI Bankruptcy Attorney – Reasons to File for Bankruptcy

What are the general reasons why people file for bankruptcy?  by Menomonee Falls, WI Bankruptcy Attorney.

In my practice, we see a few “general reasons” why clients have the need to file for bankruptcy.

  1.  Divorce.  When clients get divorced, they often face financial burdens that were not present while they were married.  For example, obtaining health insurance when their spouse usually carried it, child support or maintenance payments, child care expenses, maintaining a household on one income (vs. two when married), and...
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CHEAP DIVORCE – by Wisconsin Pro Se Divorce Lawyer

How to obtain a cheap divorce – by Wisconsin Pro Se Divorce Lawyer Do you need to obtain a divorce and cannot afford to hire separate legal representation?  Our pro se divorce service might be the answer for you.  If you and your spouse agree on the terms of your divorce, but do not know where to begin, let us help you.  Our service is affordable, and easy to use.  Keep in mind, we cannot provide legal advice with this service,...
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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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“Pro se” is a Latin term which means “for himself or herself” or “on one’s own behalf.”  So, “Pro se” divorce means to represent yourself in your own divorce proceeding.  Our office offers help with self-representation by making the legal process easy to understand and by helping you draft the necessary documents.  We assist in eliminating the anxiety associated with representing yourself.  If you're interested in doing your own divorce in Wisconsin, contact us today for an appointment. Attorney Jennifer L....
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