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Business Bankruptcy

What Is Wisconsin’s Chapter 128 Bankruptcy Alternative?

Debts have a way of mounting up when businesses are struggling and as a business owner, finding ways to deal with that debt when it feels overwhelming is always a priority. While bankruptcy can be a good option, there’s a unique alternative that your Milwaukee business bankruptcy attorney wants you to know about. It’s called… Read more

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Business Bankruptcy

Can Your Business Stay Open While You File for Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy as a business owner can be stressful. There’s more to the process than meets the eye and more at stake than what you’d face when filing for personal bankruptcy. After all, you’re in charge of meeting your customers’ needs and giving your employees a steady paycheck they can rely on.  If you’re… Read more

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Business Litigation

When Should You Sue Your Business Partner?

While many business partnerships can last for decades and foster growth for the business, some aren’t as ideal as they should be. If you’ve started to notice your partner engaging in questionable behaviors that are negatively impacting your business, you may be wondering if it’s time to consult a Milwaukee business litigation lawyer to help… Read more

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Business Litigation

Can Milwaukee Business Owners Change Their Company’s Organizational Structure?

When you formed your business, you picked an organizational structure that fit your needs at the time. But businesses rarely stay the same and it’s normal for your company’s needs to change as you grow. Often, those changes can cause your original business structure to be a less-than-perfect fit for the company in its current… Read more

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Individual Bankruptcy

How Does Personal Bankruptcy Impact Your Small Business?

No one ever expects to file for bankruptcy, but for small business owners who are feeling financial strain in their personal life, bankruptcy can represent a fresh start. And while this can be the case, filing for personal bankruptcy is far more complicated when you have a business associated with your name. In almost every… Read more

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Why You Should Work With a Small Business Planning Attorney When Starting a New Venture

Starting a new business is exciting and gives you the chance to follow your passions, but there’s more to the process than coming up with a business idea and opening your doors. There are many legal factors you need to consider long before you can start offering your services.  The best thing you can do… Read more


The Pros and Cons of Using Non-Compete Agreements in Your Business

Finding ways to protect your business isn’t just a good idea – it’s the best way to set your company up for long-term success. While hiring the right people and investing your profits into your growth and development are great places to start, you still need to find ways to protect proprietary information and reduce… Read more


The Pros and Cons of Merging With Another Company

As a business owner, keeping your company profitable is always a priority. Unfortunately, some businesses may not be successful, and when this happens, many business owners find themselves facing a choice: go out of business or merge with a more successful company. There are benefits and downsides to both, but opting to merge with another… Read more

Business Bankruptcy

How to Build a New Business After Filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Milwaukee can leave you feeling defeated as a small business owner, but it doesn’t have to spell the end of your entrepreneurship journey. In fact, many business owners go on to start thriving companies after learning from the mistakes they made with their previous companies. You just need to… Read more

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