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Qualified Domestic Relations Order

Dividing retirement assets such as 401K’s and pensions as part of a divorce settlement require a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO). A Qualified Domestic Relations Order is a legal document that divides the assets in a retirement plan between spouses. Because the employer’s retirement fund often requires the plan holder to initiate the starting date …
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Finalizing Your Divorce in 2018 May Save You Money

A reminder to those considering divorce…new tax laws will impact how spousal maintenance is treated beginning January 1, 2019, which can make a difference in how much money remains in the the family unit. Current Tax Laws and Spousal Maintenance Spouses who pay alimony that finalize their divorce on or before December 31, 2018 will …
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Domestic Violence

If you are the victim of domestic violence, whether it is physical violence or abusive behavior and would like to discuss all your legal options available to you to protect you and your children, contact Probst Law Offices for help. We provide a free, confidential consultation to discuss what options are available to protect you …
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Can I Make My Spouse Move Out During Divorce?

During a divorce, you may want to stay in the family home especially when are children involved. If your spouse refuses to leave, there are certain conditions under which a court can order him or her to go, particularly if the other spouse or children feel threatened. You may request a temporary order if there …
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Waukesha Same Sex Divorce Lawyers

Changes in Wisconsin and Federal law regarding same sex marriage have simultaneously raised the specter of same sex divorce and the unique challenges same sex couples face when they want to end their marriage. LGBT Divorce in Wisconsin With the recognition of same-sex marriage and divorce nationwide, many issues related to LGBTQ divorce, marital property …
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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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