Providing effective advocacy for all aspects of your divorce Divorce cases are the primary focus of Henry Family Law Offices, LLC. Our attorneys appreciate how emotionally difficult and financially important your divorce is to you. Divorce cases often involve both custody and placement disputes, as well as disputes involving property division and maintenance. Our divorce lawyer in Madison, WI has the experience necessary to be forceful advocates for obtaining favorable results for you in all aspects of your divorce.
Skillfully guiding you through the legal process for determining child custody and placement Henry Family Law Offices, LLC has extensive experience with custody and placement disputes. We understand how important it is to your children that, if at all possible, you and your spouse are able to maintain a cooperative parenting approach now and into the future. Our divorce lawyer in Madison is able to offer creative placement proposals in negotiation and mediation. In Wisconsin, if an agreement on permanent placement and custody terms is not attainable in the beginning of the case, the court usually refers the dispute to Family Court Counseling Services. The court appoints a guardian ad litem is a lawyer who represents your children's best interests. Henry Family Law Offices, LLC can offer guidance on how to navigate the custody study process and can be a powerful advocate for your position with regard to the guardian ad litem and the court.
Fair and equitable property division The legal presumption in Wisconsin divorce cases is that all property will be divided equally. However, there can be important exceptions to this presumption regarding inherited property as well as property brought to the marriage. The statutes require the court to consider a list of factors before making any final ruling on property division. Henry Family Law Offices, LLC works to ensure that facts in your favor are persuasively advanced during negotiations, mediation or trial.
Case law and statutes that shape child support and maintenance decisions Issues of child support and maintenance are guided in part by statute, in part by administrative rules and in part by legal convention and case law. While child support tends to follow guidelines closely, it is nonetheless important that you have an advocate who can advise you as to whether or not a deviation from the guidelines is appropriate in your case. While there are no statutory guidelines for the amount of maintenance, the Madison divorce lawyer at Henry Family Law Offices, LLC is well-versed in the legal norms and important holdings in case law that shape decisions over maintenance in Wisconsin. Maintenance is often one of the most difficult questions in a divorce case, but Henry Family Law Offices, LLC has had considerable success in obtaining favorable maintenance outcomes by having such disputes referred to the Dane County Case Mediation program.
Offering legal options for your divorce Madison divorce lawyer Christopher Henry is prepared to help clients in do-it-yourself divorces, and is available to represent clients in more traditional methods of mediation, negotiation and litigation. Through all of these methods, our divorce lawyer in Madison, WI makes certain all aspects of a divorce are agreed upon, including:
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Serving Dane County, Jefferson County, Columbia County, Sauk County, Green County, Dodge County, Rock County, Grant County and Richland County, we provide personal, knowledgeable legal services in numerous capacities — whatever means best serves you in your unique domestic situation. Call the firm at 608.836.0980 or contact us online to schedule your free initial consultation.
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