Month: March 2017

Feedspot Selects Probst Law Office for Top Family Law Blog

Top 80 badgeWe are pleased  to announce that Feedspot has selected Probst Law Offices, S.C.’ Blog, as a “Top 80 Family Law Blog.”  Click here, If you would like to receive monthly updates from our Wisconsin Family Law Blog.

Probst Law Offices’ attorneys are experienced in all areas of Wisconsin Family Law, including:
• Traditional Divorce and Complex Divorce
• Business Owners in Divorce
• Child Custody and Child Placement (Visitation)
• Interstate Child Custody Matters
• Child Support & Spousal Maintenance
• Guardianship and Grandparents Rights
• Adoption and Termination of Parental Rights
• Same Sex Couples
• Domestic Violence
• Pre-nuptial and Post-nuptial agreements.
• Paternity

It is important to seek the counsel of an experienced family law lawyer. Contact Probst Law Offices at 414-210-3135 for assistance with your family law issue.

Waukesha Domestic Violence Divorce Attorney

Waukesha Domestic Violence Divorce Attorney | Restraining Orders for Wisconsin Divorce

If you are considering divorce and have concerns regarding domestic abuse, child abuse, substance abuse or other safety issues that may put you or your children in danger from your soon-to-be ex-spouse, you may want to consider contacting a Waukesha domestic violence divorce attorney for help with a restraining order or an order of protection.

If you are in imminent danger, it is important to contact the police or a domestic abuse shelter for immediate help. If the matter is related to your Wisconsin divorce or family law matter, we can help you with all issues related to obtaining a Wisconsin restraining order or an order for protection.

A restraining order is a court order that directs someone not to hurt you, to stay away from you, move out of your home, cease contact of any kind or stop harassing you. It may also extend protection to your family members.

The process is initiated by petitioning the court for a temporary restraining order, which, if granted, will result in an injunction hearing where the court may issue a final order of protection, or injunction, that will be valid for up to two years for child abuse, and up to four years for domestic abuse or harassment. Continue reading “Waukesha Domestic Violence Divorce Attorney”

What is Divorce Mediation?

A mediator is a neutral third party that helps individuals resolve disputes through compromise and settlement rather than through litigation.

We believe that Divorce Mediation and the Collaborative Divorce process are two options that are available to resolve your divorce without having costly child custody battles. Mediation also minimizes the acrimony that divorcing couples often experience.

Mediation and Collaborative Divorce are usually faster and therefore, more cost-effective, in resolving child custody conflicts. Divorce Mediation and the Collaborative Divorce process avoid time consuming and costly courtroom child custody litigation. Continue reading “What is Divorce Mediation?”