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Hiring a Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer

When it comes to divorce, child custody is an important part of the legal process. Child custody lawyer William Green is well-versed in all issues and laws pertaining to child custody in the state of Wisconsin and understands that children are often affected by the emotions and/or issues pertaining to their parents. As such, he works hard to help two parents come to agreeable terms that are in the best interest of the children.

Do I Need a Child Custody Lawyer for Family Court Matters?

Technically, no. However, having an experienced child custody lawyer is beneficial for everyone. William Green has years of experience representing families in family court and fully understands the components involved. He is a source of information and can allow you to have a more stress-free experience. Without legal counsel, you will have to navigate the legal waters on your own, which can be discouraging and stressful.

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Over 25 Years of Experience in All Phases of Family Law

  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Parenting Visitation
  • Parental Rights
  • Alimony
  • Spousal Support
  • Property Division
  • Divorce Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
  • Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
  • Debt Relief

DIVORCE

If you’re involved in a divorce, a custody case, a spousal-support case or assets division case let Will Green Law Office help you work towards the best results possible given the facts and the law regarding your situation. If you are considering a divorce in Milwaukee and have questions about how it will affect your children or your finances, give us a call for a free consultation.

FAMILY LAW

Our Family Law Group is ready to handle family law matters of every kind, from non-litigated to the most sophisticated matters, Our experienced and compassionate attorneys have handled hundreds of cases involving complex family and divorce cases throughout Milwaukee. At Will Green Law Office our attorneys are there to assist you through this difficult process. Contact us for a free consultation.

DEBT RELIEF

When a couple decides to divorce, the courts split up both their assets and their debts. Dividing the debt is an essential factor of a couple’s net worth. If you are considering divorce and also know that your debt problem is out of control, it is in your best interest to choose an attorney experienced at handling both family law and bankruptcy. Attorney Will Green brings more than 25 years of experience to divorce debt cases.

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How Does a Judge Decide Custody in Wisconsin?

When it comes to the best interest of a child, a judge looks at many factors. These may include the wishes of the parents, the child’s preference, the location of the parent’s homes, the health of the parents, the stability of homes, the moral fitness of being a regular parent, etc. William Green can guide you and inform you about what to expect from the upcoming legal process. His goal is to come up with an agreement both parties can agree instead of having a court decide it for your family.

Do Mothers Always Get Primary Custody in Wisconsin?

No, not necessarily. The factors discussed above are all, as well as others, are taken into consideration. Visitation is often decided by both parties, based on what is reasonable for the child and given the parent’s schedules. William Green’s goal as your child custody lawyer is to help you make these decisions.

William Green offers free legal consultations to learn more about your situation and to answer questions about child custody in Wisconsin. To learn more about what a Milwaukee child custody lawyer can do for you, call to schedule a legal consultation at the Will Green Law Office. They serve clients in Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, West Allis, Greenfield, Brookfield, Glendale, and other surrounding Wisconsin communities.