Reasons to Create a Living Trust Today

/ By: Stephanie Schmitt

Category: living trust

  During the estate planning process, many questions may come to the forefront. For example, you need to answer the following: does a living trust make sense for somebody in my position? Before you can...

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New Year’s Greetings

/ By: Mark Krueger, Trial Lawyer of Krueger & Hernandez SC

Category: Estate Planning, legal education

Congress passed a new tax law just before leaving for the holidays. The new law temporarily doubles the estate, gift, and GST exemption. The law increases the standard deduction and limits deductions for state and...

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Wisconsin Family Law: How to Terminate Parental Rights

/ By: Matthew McCasland, Lawyer of Krueger & Hernandez SC

Category: Family Law

In family law, sometimes it is necessary to terminate the parental rights of one of the parents. Terminating parental rights is a serious step and should not be taken lightly. Navigating Wisconsin law on termination...

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Vaccine Compensation: Statute of Limitations

/ By: Krueger Hernandez SC

Category: Vaccine

In 1986, the VICP (National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program) was established to help compensate vaccine recipients and their families who have been severely injured as a result of adverse reactions to certain vaccines. When an...

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What to do After a Bike Accident

/ By: Matthew McCasland, Lawyer of Krueger & Hernandez SC

Category: Personal Injury

As a bicyclist, you have the right to share the road with cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Even when you are following the rules of the road, doing everything as you should, the risk of an...

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Wisconsin Divorce Law: Who gets the dog?

/ By: Matthew McCasland, Lawyer of Krueger & Hernandez SC

Category: Divorce

Cars, bank accounts, and the house are things that people usually think about when it comes time to divide property in a divorce. But what about your four-legged friends? Many people hold their pets near...

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