If you are afraid for your safety, you have the right to protect yourself and can file for a restraining order and/or an injunction. Restraining orders, which are issued by state courts, are temporary orders that set restrictions on the person you fear. The restraining orders can mandate that the person may not contact you for any reason, could set limits as to how close the person can get to you or bar the person from coming to your home, … Continued
In honor of those who lost their lives on March 22, 2017, we would like to share the following message from Robyn J. De Vos, Legal/legislative Chair, Wausau Metro Strong: On March 22, 2017 Sara Quirt-Sann was killed. The sole motive for her murder was that she was the attorney representing the killer’s estranged spouse. The gunman also killed two of his estranged wife’s co-workers, Dianne Look and Karen Barclay and a Police Detective, Jason Weiland. It was a … Continued
As uncomfortable as the topic may be, it’s important that people visit an attorney and plan for the future — including the possibility that they may become incapacitated and unable to make medical decisions for themselves. Two important documents include a healthcare power of attorney and a do not resuscitate order.
It’s important that breastfeeding mothers in Wisconsin be aware of their right to breastfeed in public and at their workplace, and that employers be aware of their responsibilities to provide their female employees with the proper accommodations.
A divorce, separation or the death of a parent can have repercussions for grandparents as well, and we’re often asked — what visitation rights do grandparents have in this state? If a parent denies the grandparents’ access to the children, what can a grandparent do?