Wisconsin Enacts Revised Uniform Partnership Act
Advisors should explore whether any new Wisconsin partnerships their clients may form should immediately “opt-in” or “opt-out” of the new Uniform Partnership Act, according to three Wisconsin business attorneys who helped facilitate the changes.
On Family Law: Income Withholding No Longer Permissible on Percentage Expressed Child Support Orders
Wis. Stat. section 767.75 now provides that all income assignments must be for a fixed sum regardless of whether the court-ordered obligation on which the assignment is based is expressed in the court order as a percentage of the payer's income. This means that if a stipulation is approved for a percentage expressed support amount, the order must be converted to a flat dollar amount for purposes of withholding.
New Law Gives Landlords More Tools to Remove Problem Tenants
Heads up: More changes to landlord-tenant laws in Wisconsin. In this article, Delavan attorney Brian Schuk explains how Act 176 helps landlords remove problem tenants with “crime-free” notice provisions, changes to “notice” language, and other measures.