How Do I Get Started In Divorce?
There’s no question that divorce can be an incredibly stressful time for you and your family. The loss of love brings a time of profound sadness and pain for many couples. In addition to these emotions, you may be fearful of the legal process of divorce.
You might believe divorce to be a time of antagonism between you and your spouse. In your future, you envision stuffy courtroom battles over household items and aggressive attorneys shouting objections across the aisle.
While your fears might rest in an ugly stereotype, it doesn’t have to be your reality.
Before You Do Anything, Talk To A Family Law Attorney
You can make an effort to have a divorce that is centered on the long-term well-being of your family and not focused on overly aggressive tactics or tearing each other down. To get started in divorce properly, talk to a lawyer first.
At Klaus Law Office, we have more than 30 years of experience guiding Wisconsin families through the end of marriage. Our goal is to provide you with straightforward advice that is professional, honest and ethical.
We want you to feel comfortable at Klaus Law Office because we know you are facing a stressful situation at home. Divorce affects not just the relationship between you and your spouse, but your children, finances and future lifestyle too.
Comfort During Stressful Family Affairs
Klaus Law Office has been family-owned and operated since its founding in 1983. The way we conduct our business affects the future of our family and the local reputation of our firm. We want to care for your family’s most sensitive divorce matters with the same consideration for your future.
Our attorneys will provide you and your family with careful and comprehensive guidance on all matters related to divorce, including:
- Child custody/placement
- Support orders
- Asset and property division
- Post-decree modifications
- Legal separation and annulment
Tell us your concerns related to divorce today by calling our Milwaukee area office at 414-386-3676 or send us an email. Your first meeting with us is provided free of charge. We can also help you update your estate plan after your divorce.