Crooks, Low & Connell, S.C. is thrilled to announce that Super Lawyers has named Attorneys David Casey and Kristen Lonergan to its Wisconsin Rising Stars list, yet again.

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“This is the third such recognition for Attorney Casey, and the seventh for Attorney Lonergan. Casey and Lonergan are humbled by the recognition. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, rates lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The purpose behind the ratings is…

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New Federal Tax Law Will Have Substantial Impact on Divorces in Wisconsin

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 made sweeping changes to the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. While many of these changes have garnered significant publicity, many others have flown under the radar. Falling into this latter category are a number of changes that have the potential to significantly impact the divorce process in Wisconsin….

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6 Key Commercial Lease Terms for Small Business Owners

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As a small business owner, entering into a lease for a retail storefront, commercial office, storage warehouse, or workshop can be an exciting time. Whether you are expanding out of your home or getting ready to reveal your business to the public, acquiring your own space represents a commitment to the business as well as…

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Are You Eligible to File for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

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If you are considering filing for bankruptcy as an individual, you have two primary options under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code: (i) you can file under Chapter 7; or (ii) you can file under Chapter 13. While each form of bankruptcy offers its own benefits and drawbacks, many people focus on Chapter 7, at least initially….

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What Am I Allowed to Own after Bankruptcy?

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There are many common misconceptions about bankruptcy. One of these misconceptions is that filing for bankruptcy means giving up everything you own. While it is true that filing for certain types of bankruptcies will trigger an obligation to sell some of your property, the bankruptcy process is not designed to leave you without any assets…

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10 Key Estate Planning Considerations for Millennials

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As someone in your 20s or 30s, estate planning is likely a new item on your list of priorities. As you build a career, family, and life of your own, it becomes increasingly important to make sure you protect what matters most. While certain considerations are relevant regardless of the age at which you put…

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