Waukesha Divorce Property Division Lawyers

divorce property mediationThe Waukesha divorce and property division lawyers of Probst Law Offices, S.C. understand the emotional and financial toll a divorce has on everyone involved, including the children. Jane, Lindsey and Ryan, with over 25 years family law experience, advise their clients on the best course of action to minimize the financial and emotional stress.  They know that every family situation is different and that each situation requires a solution that is tailored to obtain the best possible result. They work with you and your spouse’s attorney to decide on equatable property division, child support, custody, visitation and other family law issues as amicably and affordable as possible. If it is not possible to resolve a family law matter through mediation or negotiation, Jane, Lindsey and Ryan are highly prepared to be strong advocates for their clients in family law court.

Knowledgeable and Experienced Waukesha Property Division Lawyers

Property division can often cause disagreements during a divorce, and it can sometimes be difficult to distinguish between personal and marital property. In Wisconsin, property is typically split 50/50. Once finalized, these determinations cannot be modified.

With over 25 years of experience Probst Law Offices, S.C. has the skill to handle even the most complex property and marital asset division issues. Jane and Lindsey will thoroughly review all of your finances, looking into all of your assets, including all your sources of income and your debts in order to provide you with the best possible solution and a realistic property division estimate. They will focus in on particulars, such as if one spouse wants the house or the cabin and if there are there pensions, stocks and other retirement asset concerns to be able to reach the best possible solutions for all involved parties.

Kenosha and Racine Child Custody Attorneys

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 Jane, Lindsey and Ryan will advocate vigorously for the best solution in the courtroom.

Call (414) 210-3135 or send an email for a free, half-hour initial consultation with experienced Milwaukee and Waukesha divorce law attorney. MasterCard, Visa and Discover credit card payments are accepted.  See more of our Family Law and Equine Law practice areas.