Slip and Fall Personal Injury

One of the most common Personal Injury claims are those of “Slip and Fall”.  These cases can be very difficult but also among the most profitable of all Personal Injury matters.Typically, these cases fall into one of two categories, either bad construction or bad...

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Many clients say “I don’t have much, do I really need a Will?”.  The answer is YES.  Every competent adult should have a Last Will and Testament.  Although it is possible that a Last Will and Testament might not actually result in a probate proceeding, having a well...

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Real Estate agreements MUST be in writing!!

In virtually all areas of the law a verbal agreement is just as binding as a written one.  Real Estate agreements and the exception. Two people agree to a sale of a car verbally.  No written agreement (or handshake) is needed. A verbal agreement has the same strength...

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Fishing Outing

Daniels & McAvoy, S.C. sponsored a fishing outing for Veterans on Monday, September 25,2018. Our very own Attorney John M. Daniels stopped by to say, "Hi" and see if the fish were biting.

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Free Legal Clinic

Free Legal Clinic Thursday, August 23, 2018 - 6:30pm to 7:30pm Questions about probate?  Wills & estates? A small claims matter?  Landlord/tenant rights, family law or other legal issues? The Kaukauna Public Library Free Legal Clinic may be able to help with your...

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