The divorce and family law attorneys from Sterling Law Offices, S.C. in Madison will coach and inform you as you enter this transition period in your life.
Our deep understanding of family law and can help you navigate through the options of the family court system feeling confident and well-represented.
We can help you in the following family matters:
A contested divorce refers to a split in which neither spouse can agree on all details of the end of the marriage, including spousal support, division of property, child custody, and more.
Divorce can spell financial disaster when one spouse has become financially dependent upon the other. Our divorce attorneys can help you successfully negotiate spousal support as we have done for countless clients. We will work hard to get the financial backing you require.
When a judge divides property homes, cars, property and more will be divided however a judge sees fit during your divorce. Be sure the court knows all the facts before a decision is made.
Our family law attorneys will work to maintain your family ties, and because we know there is nothing more important to you than your children. We will fight to ensure you are well-represented and you get the child custody agreement you deserve.
The end of a marriage doesn't signal the end of financial responsibilities to your children. Don't miss out on the financial support you and your child are entitled.
Uncontested Divorce:When two spouses are able to reach an agreement on spousal support, child custody, property division and every other detail concerning the end of their marriage, an uncontested divorce is suitable. Our lawyers will counsel you on whether an uncontested divorce is your best option, and help you file your paperwork and get your uncontested divorce ratified.
Specific Areas of Practice for our Madison office:
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