Grandparent Visitation

January 26th, 2010

In Rick v. Opichka, 2009AP40, the court held that a family court may order a quantity of time for grandparents that is the same as the amount of time provided by a physical placement order.

Watch Out When Trying To Save On Costs!

January 26th, 2010

An Indiana trust mill that admitted last year to engaging in the unauthorized practice of law in Ohio is now actively soliciting clients in Wisconsin for its estate planning services.

Beware, there are several non-attorney people/businesses claiming to know the law and say they can do the job for a cheaper price. It is understandable that in this economy want to save money, but remember, you get what you pay for. Attorneys go to school for years to become qualified to practice law. So, don’t trust your most important life decisions to someone less qualified because it will save you a buck.

In The News

December 24th, 2009

It looks like a new set of OWI/DUI laws will be coming into effect shortly, whereby a fourth offense would become a felony, if the prior conviction was within the past 5 years. Also, an interlock ignition device would be required, if the BAC was above .15, for a second offense. And, a first offense would become a criminal act, if there was a person 16 or under in the vehicle.

Here is the local reporting of this Act:

Happy Holidays!!!!

December 24th, 2009

To all those celebrating the holiday season, we would like to wish you a safe and happy holiday season and new year. Remember when celebrating the holiday season, Christmas and New Years, to arrange a designated driver…enjoy yourself, but be safe and  be smart.

New Hire

December 24th, 2009

Pitsch Law Offices, LLC welcomes its new secretary, Erin, to the office. She is welcome asset to the firm and begins on Jan. 4, 2010.

Welcome to Pitsch Law Office’s Blog

December 24th, 2009

There are a couple of new pieces of news; Pitsch Law Offices, LLC welcomes its newly hired associates, Jonathan Groh and Melinda Alfredson, to the office.