Family Law Attorney in Wisconsin
One of the most important things in this world is family. As such, divorce and other family-related disputes can be highly stressful. Until your problem is resolved, it may be difficult to move forward with your life.
Offering Skillful Advocacy in Family Law Since 1883
At Doar, Drill & Skow, we understand the intense emotions our clients experience as they deal with family-related problems. Since 1883, we have worked hard to resolve these conflicts, while protecting our clients’ rights at every stage of the legal process, including:
- Step-Parent Adoption
- Child Custody
- Child Protection
- Child Support
- Child Visitation Rights
- Legal Separation
- Post-Divorce Modification
- Prenuptial Agreement
- Property Division
- Spousal Maintenance
Guiding You Through the Divorce Process in Western Wisconsin
Since 1883, we have helped many people in western Wisconsin make a successful transition after going through divorce. Our experience ranges from handling uncontested divorces to those involving intense disputes over child custody and property division. Whatever your situation, we are committed to helping you overcome any roadblock in a manner that enables you to move forward in a positive manner.
In many cases, we are able to help our family law clients reach fair solutions through negotiating with your spouse’s attorney. Our strong negotiation skills can help clients efficiently resolve their concerns in a cost-effective manner. We are also committed to helping our clients avoid any unnecessary emotional expenses from a long, drawn-out trial. However, when appropriate, our Wisconsin family law attorneys are prepared to go to court to fight to protect your rights and achieve your goals.
Consultation With One of Our Family Law Attorneys
Put our years of experience to work for you.
Contact our law firm online or call us at (715) 246-2211 to schedule an initial consultation with a highly skilled family law attorney. We are committed to helping you navigate through the legal process, while preserving your children’s best interests.