What is a Deferment Letter Due to COVID-19? Taking out a loan and finding out that you may not be able to pay it back on time may require you
Asset freezing is a legal process which prevents a defendant whether innocent or guilty (usually an apparent fraudster) to an action from dissipating their assets from beyond the jurisdiction of a court so as to frustrate a potential judgment. In a divorce, a court can freeze bank accounts and other marital assets.
Used these sexual assault of a child voir dire questions in defending a highly publicized sexual assault case in October of 2015. Result of trial was a hung jury. Voir dire is the process used by the parties to select a fair and impartial jury. During voir dire, the jury panel is questioned by both parties' lawyers.…
Waiver of Accounting, Portions of Petition for Discharge & Service of Petition for Discharge, Receipt of Beneficiary and Consent to Discharge. A waiver of accounting is a voluntary waiver by all heirs and beneficiaries that eliminates a very time-consuming and expensive accounting process by the Personal Representative. In order for a probate estate to be closed, the court requires…
This is a Wisconsin Notice of Intent to Lien form. This form is commonly used for constructions liens and is often referred to as a “Mechanic’s Lien” This Notice is
A person seeking to exhume a body must usually petition to have the body exhumed. Because of the general disinclination to disturb remains, a valid reason is required before exhumation will be allowed. Exhumation means the removal from the ground of a body or cremated remains. It also covers the disturbance of remains within a grave,…
Motion for Recusal
Judicial disqualification, also referred to as recusal, is the act of abstaining from participation in an official action such as a legal proceeding due to a conflict of interest of the presiding court official or administrative officer.
This is a Last Will and Testament form that can be used by single, divorced or widowed individuals in the State of Wisconsin. It gives the estate to the decedent's children in equal shares and then passes to their grandchildren. The language is easily adaptable to inserting heirs that are not children of the decedent.
The document provides a sample questions that can be used in a voir dire on Driving while impaired cases. There are voire dire question regarding relationships between potential jury and witnesses, scientific testing, officer conduct and alcohol smell and behavior
Motion for Brady letter, or exculpatory evidence. Exculpatory evidence is evidence in favor of the defendant. Evidence typically can lead to the exoneration of the defendant.