When you are facing a Wisconsin or Illinois child custody or visitation matter, it is important to have a skilled negotiator and experienced family law trial lawyer on your side. The Brookfield child custody lawyers of Probst Law Offices S.C. provide experienced guidance for a wide range of family law issues surrounding children, including child custody rights, visitation, placement, child support, domestic partners, grandparent rights, paternity issues and termination of parental rights.
Custody and visitation concerns can cause the most heated debates in divorces involving children. In these situations, it is in your best interest to set emotions aside and work toward what is in the best interests of your children. In Wisconsin, the ideal goal is to create a co-parenting situation that closely involves both mother and father. It is very rare that one parent will not be granted some form of visitation, and it is supervised visitation only in the most drastic situations.
Probst Law Offices, S.C will work with you, the other attorney and the other parent to find a solution that will work for everyone and ensure that the children’s interests are protected first and foremost. Jane is certified in collaborative divorce and is a certified mediator. An amicable solution is preferred, but if this is not possible our experienced attorneys will advocate vigorously for the best solution in the courtroom.
Call the Waukesha & Brookfield child custody lawyers at Probst Law at (414) 210-3135. We have decades of experience helping our clients difficult situations.
In Wisconsin, a 50/50 split is often preferred for custody schedules. However, each situation is unique, so the courts will review the ages, development stages and schedules of parents and children in order to determine the best arrangement. Ultimately, they will decide based upon what is in the best interest of the children.
Experienced Waukesha and Brookfield Metro Area Attorneys For Visitation and Custody
Intense emotions often accompany legal matters involving children. Parents may worry about losing their children, or not being able to see them as often as they would like. In Wisconsin, it is rare for a parent to lose their children. They may have supervised visitation, but that is in drastic circumstances. The goal, often, is to co-parent in some fashion, and the courts look unfavorably upon one parent’s attempt to sabotage the other parent’s relationship with their children.
Typically, custody arrangements include child custody and child placement decisions.
- Child custody refers to decision-making regarding your children’s upbringing, including health and education matters. Courts can grant sole custody to one parent or joint custody to both parents.
- Child placement is the determination of where children are to live. This is based on the best interests of the child and typically involves having him or her live with each parent for a specific amount of time.
Our Wisconsin child custody attorneys understand that no two families are identical, and we will work with you to find the best arrangement for your family that best meets your child’s needs.
Call (414) 210-3135 or send an email for a free, half-hour initial consultation with experienced Brookfield and Waukesha child custody attorneys of Probst Law Offices S.C.. MasterCard, Visa and Discover credit card payments are accepted.