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Riding Stable’s Immunity From Lawsuit

Recent decision affirming riding stable’s immunity from lawsuit for injury sustained while riding horse. In this case (Brown v. COUNTRY VIEW EQUESTRIAN CENTER, INC., Dist. Court, WD Wisconsin 2017) the Plaintiff sought to recover for injures she sustained while riding her own horse at the facility. Plaintiff had informed the facility riding instructor that her …
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Appealing Wisconsin Family Court Commissioner Order

Typically, in Wisconsin, family law matters will be heard in front of a family court commissioner out of a need for efficiency and expediency. Sometimes parties believe that the commissioner “got it wrong” and wonder if there is any recourse.  The answer is yes. If you disagree with a commissioner’s decision in a contested family …
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Divorce and Business Ownership

The possibility of divorce should be an integral part of your business financial planning – the survival of your business may depend on it. It is not just your own divorce you need to worry about, but the possibility that your business partner or an investor may divorce down the road putting your company at …
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Establishing Paternity of a Child in Wisconsin

Paternity refers to a legal relationship between a father and child, which allows a father to pursue custody and visitation arrangements while imposing a legal obligation for the father to support his child financially. Although paternity is automatically established when a child is conceived to a married couple, many couples are not tying the knot …
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Wisconsin Temporary Restraining Order

If you or your children are victims of an abusive spouse and are seeking protection as you exit the relationship, you may want to apply for a domestic abuse restraining order. In matters of divorce, an experienced family law attorney can help you file and obtain a restraining order and assist you with issues related …
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