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Our attorneys assist families throughout southern Wisconsin with divorce, paternity, divorce mediation, post-judgment motions, and a variety of other family-related issues. For a free consultation, contact us at 262-347-2000 or by using the contact form on the right of this page.
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Divorce does not have to be an extremely difficult experience, but it can be when you are not familiar with the legal process. We pride ourselves on answering all of your questions and provide you with information on what to expect from day one. Equipped with information about the divorce process and all of your options, you can make better decisions for yourself and your family. For more information, visit our blog - Divorce In Wisconsin.
Paternity & Support Action
Most paternity and support action are brought by a county child support attorney. However, that does not mean that your rights are protected. Decisions about placement and custody of your child will be made. We can help you obtain the best possible outcome for you and your child.
Mediation is a less costly alternative to litigating divorce, paternity, and small claims conflicts. Our mediators are attorneys experienced in these areas of the law, both in and out of the courtroom. We know that mediation works best when both parties have the ability to focus on the solutions, so we offer night and weekend sessions that work around your schedule.
Private family mediation, such as that offered by Attorney Katie Babe, can take the place of court-ordered mediation in divorce and paternity cases. Couples can mediate more than just child custody and placement issues through mediation. Mediation can be used to resolve financial and property division issues in a divorce, even when there are no minor children.
Other Family Law Services
Lakeland Law Firm also assists families with the following family matters: