Wanezek, Jaekels, Daul & Babcock, S.C. Attorneys at Law — Founded 1908

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Bankruptcy should be considered if you are having difficulty paying the debts you owe to your creditors. There are several options under the Bankruptcy Code, including Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11. Contact our office now to arrange a free initial consultation.

Our firm is equipped to successfully address all business disputes that may arise during the startup and operation of businesses, large and small, in the State of Wisconsin. Our firm is a strong advocate for planning in avoidance, offering business consulting and assisting the business owner in identifying correct and potential disputes and correcting those disputes before they evolve into costly litigation. Wanezek, Jaekels, Daul & Babcock, S.C. is a full service business and litigation law firm representing clients in corporate, commercial business formation, corporations and other business organizations, sales and acquisitions and commercial transactions.

Divorce is often difficult and complicated. You need Wanezek, Jaekels, Daul & Babcock, S.C., to aggressively advocate your legal rights.

Wanezek, Jaekels, Daul & Babcock, S.C. provides our clients with professional legal services and advice governing the employer/employee relationship, including individual employment contracts, the application of tort and contract doctrines and the relevant statutory regulations on issues such as workers compensation, unemployment insurance, discrimination complaints, disability claims and ERISA.

A person's life can change quicker than the blink of an eye. No matter your age, health condition, or financial circumstances, every person will benefit from an estate plan for the distribution of one's assets at death. In Wisconsin, if a person does not have an estate plan, that person is unable to control the distribution of his or her own assets upon their death. Instead, Wisconsin statutory law would dictate the distribution of the assets. In addition, should you be unable to care for your daily needs as the result of incapacity or another reason, you can make advance plans for those concerns as well.

We offer compassionate and caring legal representation for those people encountering legal issues relating to their families. We understand the stress and uncertainty you may have when you are ready to involve a lawyer with some of your most private family matters. At Wanezek, Jaekels, Daul & Babcock, S.C., we strive to make you feel as comfortable as possible during that process to make a difficult time in your life run as smoothly as possible.

Our firm’s attorneys must pursue your rights through the court system or if legal claims have been made against you or your corporation in the court system, our firm will zealously advocate your position. Typical examples of litigation are personal injury and negligence actions, construction liens, foreclosures, commercial litigation, collection, contract disputes, real estate disputes and insurance coverage disputes.

Most people believe they don’t need a lawyer. However, if you are hurt in an automobile or other accident, you need experienced legal assistance to deal with insurance companies who refuse to pay for the harm caused by their policy holders. Insurance companies have skilled attorneys whose job it is to reduce or eliminate entirely the claims that should be paid. You may have lost the ability to work, or have a reduced ability to work, suffered lost wages, and be faced with large and mounting medical expenses. In these circumstances you need one of our personal injury attorneys to aggressively advocate your rights, make the insurance company pay, and recover for your compensatory damages such as pain and suffering.

Probate is a court-supervised procedure for transferring ownership of someone’s assets after he or she dies. This process validates the person’s will and distributes property as the will directs. If the decedent left no will or other legal arrangement for transferring assets upon death, the estate still goes through probate.

The goal of probate is to protect the rights of heirs or other beneficiaries and others who have an interest in an estate. Probate determines what the estate owes in taxes and to creditors.

Our firm provides a full range of support, legal and litigation advice to persons involved in real estate transactions and legal disputes involving real estate. This may include conveyance and transfers, transactions, landlord / tenant, land contract / mortgage foreclosure, easement or declaration of rights in any of these.

A person who is disabled and unable to work because of a severe mental or physical impairment should apply for social security disability benefits. If you are disabled and unable to work, contact our office now to discuss how you can receive your benefits.

For employees injured on the job, the recovery can be hard and difficult. This is even more so where an uncooperative insurance company is refusing to pay medical bills or pay benefits to which you are entitled. Our experienced attorneys will help you obtain the benefits to which you are entitled under Wisconsin Workers Compensation Act and prosecute your rights against any third party that may be responsible for your on the job injuries.

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