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Did you know...

Common law marriage was abolished in Wisconsin in 1917? Therefore, if you live with someone and are not married to that person, neither of you have any rights to the other person's property upon death or incapacitation. Both of you will need a Will and Powers of Attorney for Health Care and Finance and Property if you want your significant other to have any rights to make decisions on your behalf or to inherit property.

 

Michael T. Steber

Partner

Location:     Delafield, Wisconsin

Phone:        262-646-4850

Fax:            262-646-4849

E-mail:        E-mail Me

 

Areas of Practice

 

Insurance Defense

Insurance Coverage

Premises Liability

Intellectual Property

Estate Planning

Wills

Probate

 

Litigation Percentage

 

95% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

 

Bar Admissions

 

Wisconsin, 1984

U.S. District Court Eastern District of Wisconsin, 1984

U.S. District Court Western District of Wisconsin, 1984

 

Education

 

Marquette University Law School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

J.D. - 1984

 

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

 

B.A. - 1981

 

Professional Associations and Memberships

 

State Bar of Wisconsin, Member