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Cases that involve parental alienation and abuse allegations are tricky for even the most experienced practitioners - are you fully equipped to handle these cases when they land on your desk? This guide will provide you with hard-won insights and help you develop an effective case strategy so you can navigate these sticky situations with confidence. Don't miss this opportunity - order today!
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SARAH J. BARNES is an attorney and trust officer with the Bank of Sun Prairie in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, where she handles all types of trust and estate administration matters. She previously was in private practice where she practiced in the areas of estate planning, probate, elder law, and frequently served as a court appointed guardian ad litem in guardianship matters. Ms. Barnes earned her B.A. degree from Edgewood College and her J.D. degree from Marquette University Law School. Her professional memberships include the State Bar of Wisconsin, Dane and Sauk County bar associations, Legal Association of Women, and the Madison Estate Planning Council. Ms. Barnes is admitted to practice in Wisconsin.
CALE PLAMANN is a 2012 graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and a 2009 graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Mr. Plamann is a lifelong Wisconsin resident and sports fan. After graduating, he became a solo practitioner based out of Madison, Wisconsin before joining his present firm, Zerbst & Kluck, S.C., two years later. Today his practice focuses on the intersection of family, criminal and civil law, including many high conflict custody cases involving domestic, financial or emotional abuse.