Long time no post.
In the legal profession it is easy to let work absorb your life. I noticed that last night when I realized it has almost two years since my last post. A lot has changed since that post and a lot has stated the same, only it has gotten better.
I consider myself a general practitioner. I have specialties by virtue of frequency of work: trusts and estate planning, probates, municipal law, real estate, and all areas of business. This week I acquired a new set of skills by virtue of excessive research and practice.
I have always done business law and have helped forms hundreds of limited liability companies, and helped farm families and businesses succeed in business. That said, most of my work was on the formation, administration and equitable dissolution. This week I dealt with an issue of insolvency. I do not practice bankruptcy law and have only a generalized knowledge about the process. This week, that changed.
It was very interesting and I am glad to say I can now assist clients in UCC transactions and issues. For those of you who do not know, UCC stands for Uniform Commercial Code. In Wisconsin is around Chapter 400 and the sections change based on what your specific issue may be.
It was an interesting process and therefore I am proud that my office may be able to assist you will insolvency issues, specifically with farming operations and crops. I really believe having this knowledge has helped me by a better business attorney in general. If you know the dangers and pitfalls that may happen during insolvency, it is easier to help plan to avoid those things. I do not do bankruptcy and do not plan to start.
I would love to help you or your family with all issues of law. The best bet if you wonder if my office handles something is to give us a call. If we can help you, we will be all in with your representation. If we cannot help you, we will refer you to someone who can.
Thank you and hopefully I can have more frequent posts.