Scott A. Jackman

saj@jackmanlawfirm.com

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Practice Areas

Real Estate Law, Business/Commercial Law and Creditor's Rights.

Education

  • J.D., Rutgers University – School of Law – Camden
    Graduated 1996
  • B.B.A., University of Wisconsin – Madison
    Graduated 1993

Admitted to Practice

  • Wisconsin Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Court – Western District of Wisconsin
  • U.S. District Court – Eastern District of Wisconsin

Bar Association

  • State Bar of Wisconsin – admitted 1997
  • American Bar Association
  • Marathon County Bar Association

Community Association

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, Director – 2012 to present

Background Information

Scott was born and raised in Wisconsin. He moved back to the Wausau area after graduating from Law School in 1996. He practiced law for several years at a couple of local law firms before opening his own practice in the summer of 2011.

 



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Reasons to do a Will in Wisconsin

Reasons to do a Will in Wisconsin

Reasons to do a Will in Wisconsin

The question often gets asked – what if I die without a will – what will happen to my assets?  Well, if you die in Wisconsin without a will any assets titled in your name when you die will go through what is called probate and will be distributed according to Wisconsin’s intestacy statute.  If you have a surviving spouse the assets go to him/her (as long as all of your children are also his/her children).  If you have no surviving spouse your assets will go to your children.  If you do not have any children the assets will go to your siblings, if any… and so forth down the list.

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