Child Custody Laws in Wisconsin
Maintain Strong, Loving Relationships with Your Children through Divorce - Get help from First Look Family Law
Child custody determinations have a major impact on the lives of both the children and the parents. If you are facing divorce or separation, preserving your relationship with your children is likely a foremost concern. Wisconsin law recognizes that children generally benefit from maintaining solid relationships with both parents. Before your child custody case starts, let us take a first look at your case and talk with you about your children and what should be done to make sure they are protected during the process.
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Protecting Your Parental Rights
Traditional and Low-Conflict Solutions
At First Look Family Law, SC, we understand the paramount importance of your parental rights. We also understand the emotional turmoil that often accompanies divorce. We can provide thoughtful legal counsel to assist clients in achieving favorable outcomes with an eye toward minimizing the emotional and economic toll of divorce. We can also talk with you about the tools you need to make the best life decision regarding your custody issue and your children and give you honest feedback about your situation.
Attorney Karyn Gimbel Youso has been an attorney and mediator in practice for over 27 years, and she’s here to help you make the best-informed decisions regarding your family’s future. She devotes her practice exclusively to family law and knows the latest developments in child custody law, in resolving custody disputes and skillfully advocates for her clients in and out of court.
Our practice offers a unique blend of strengths and experience in both low-conflict and traditional approaches to divorce. This balance puts us in the best possible position to help our clients gain a thorough understanding of child custody and the potential issues before the case even starts, which then helps them select the best option to move toward their goals.