At Balisle Family Law Legal Counsel, S.C., we recognize that deciding to end a marriage or coming to terms with a spouse’s decision to end a marriage can be difficult and painful. You will likely have a multitude of concerns, especially if you and your spouse are the parents of minor children. While an amicable resolution of your differences is usually preferable, sometimes this is not possible and you may need the assistance of a judge to finalize the process and move forward.
It is important that you hire a skilled attorney to ensure that your best interests are always protected as you go through the complex steps of a divorce.
Our attorneys at Balisle Family Law Legal Counsel, S.C., strives to make you feel comfortable and knowledgeable about your legal options during this trying time.
We are equally skilled and comfortable with the option that works best for your family: cooperative divorce, divorce litigation and various forms of alternative dispute resolution such as mediation and arbitration. Traditional divorce practice uses a variety of legal tools to work toward either settlement or trial. Cooperative processes and mediation attempt to resolve issues between the parties without the need for litigation. Litigation and arbitration allow a judge to hear evidence and make a decision about issues the parties cannot resolve themselves.
Decisions will need to be made on the following topics:
Our lawyers have extensive experience in custody and placement disputes, achieving fair awards of child support and maintenance (sometimes called alimony), child removal cases (where one parent wants to move with a minor child to another state), dividing closely-held or family-owned businesses, negotiating equitable division of the marital estate, dealing with domestic violence, and international divorces and custody disputes.
If you want to know Balisle Family Law can represent you in divorce litigation, call (608) 765-1001 to set up a consultation.