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The new Wisconsin Trust Code, effective July 1, 2014, is transformative and makes Wisconsin a better place to administer trusts. It answers basic questions not covered in the previous trust code and provides new tools that add flexibility for estate planning attorneys and their clients.
A court’s competency to hear a particular dispute is a procedural issue that can torpedo a party’s case before it is considered on the merits. Generally, a court lacks competency to hear a case if a litigant fails to comply with a statutory mandate. Learn how to avoid case-sinking hazards.
When shareholders in nonstatutory close corporations want to leave the business, there is only one statutory remedy: judicial dissolution of the close corporation. Courts and litigants are now finding ways to address shareholders’ need for judicial intervention without employing the drastic remedy of dissolving the company.

Opinions, Voices & Ideas

  • President's Message
  • Exit Stage Right
  • As president, Patrick Fiedler worked on challenging issues facing the justice system, including the Second Chance Bill and court funding.
  • On Balance
  • Addicted to Busy
  • Being busy isn’t a bad thing, says Paula Davis-Laack, as long as the activity is purposeful.

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