If you provide Internet access service, host a website, or operate your own website you should read this memo. (By: William C. Williams)
Give serious consideration to having an attorney review every major contract before you sign. Do not tie his or her hands behind their back by signing the document first and then having them review. Read more. (Newsletter by William A. Abbott)
In most cases, the foreclosure procedure works exactly as intended. However, anyone contemplating the acceptance of an obligation secured by a lien on real estate should be aware that a simple and inexpensive foreclosure is not guaranteed. (Newsletter by William A. Abbott)
Legislative changes have been made to the Wisconsin Worker's Compensation Bill - 2015 Wisconsin ACT 180
Information you should know regarding Marital Property Agreements and Long Term Care Planning.
Married couples have been able to make the unused estate tax exclusion of a deceased spouse's estate available to the surviving spouse's estate. This concept is referred to as "portability." However, it is not the best choice in all cases and should not be used without thinking through all the possible implications. (Newsletter by William C. Williams)
IRS announces 2016 Tax Rates and Exemption Amounts (Newsletter by William C. Williams)
This newsletter focuses on choosing a trustee for a trust that would hold and distribute assets after your death for the benefit of your surviving spouse, children, or both.(Newsletter by William C. Williams)