If you find yourself thinking of divorce but have no idea where to start, we can help. At McCarty Law, we understand the significant emotional and financial impact a divorce, and many other family law matters, can have on a family. We strive to minimize that impact.
What We Do
We use a variety of tools such as mediation, collaborative divorce, parenting coordination, and traditional litigation when needed, in order to achieve your goals, and we’ll sit down with you to discuss which process would best suit you.
We work with other experts such as certified appraisers of real and personal property, family therapists, psychologists, business accountants, forensic accountants, realtors, lenders, and financial advisors who can help smooth the process.
How We Can Help
McCarty Law family law attorneys know that divorce almost always invokes a fear of the unknown. Many of our clients have never had to hire a lawyer for any legal problem before. For this reason, we spend time educating you about family law in Wisconsin and the family court process involved.
Family law matters tend to be emotionally charged. Strong emotions often interfere with good judgment and sound decision-making, and an experienced family law attorney can provide the objective legal advice you need to make informed decisions for your family. It is our goal that by the time you leave our office you will have a clear understanding of how best to move forward.
FAMILY LAW PRACTICE AREAS
Divorce for Business Owners
Guardian ad Litem
Domestic Abuse/Restraining Orders/Harassment
Pre-Nuptial Agreements/Post-Nuptial Agreements
Step Parent Adoption
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