Family Law/Divorce

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Unfortunately, more than half of the people who marry get divorced. If the pain of the separation is not enough, the difficulties of dealing with a difficult spouse or a seemingly rigid court system can exacerbate an already burdensome situation.

Children often become the victims when their parents divorce or separate. The lawyers at Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP, located in Delavan, Wisconsin, Walworth County, have decades of experience in dealing with all the ramifications of divorce, annulment, or legal separation. Our attorneys strive to keep the child or children insulated from the problems involving mom and dad.

Whether child custody, placement, division of property, maintenance (formerly called alimony), child support, or any combination thereof is at issue, the attorneys at Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP offer a common-sense real world perspective to your case. Although our attorneys have extensive litigation experience, our attorneys explore all reasonable prospects of an amicable resolution. To facilitate that prospect, the lawyers at Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP want to enable you to make informed, intelligent decisions about your case by keeping you informed and explaining options to you.

You may feel like a victim due to your circumstances. Your lawyer should not make you feel victimized again. Through effective communication and years of experience, the lawyers at Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP seek to provide you with skilled advocacy so that you feel empowered under circumstances that might otherwise seem impossible.

The attorneys of Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP, of Delavan, Wisconsin, have handled matters of child custody, placement, division of property, maintenance (alimony), child support, divorce, and legal separation or annulments in Walworth, Jefferson, Kenosha, Rock, Waukesha and Racine Counties.

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