Best Family Lawyers Wisconsin
At Nelson, Krueger & Millenbach, LLC, we are committed to supporting our clients throughout any difficult family law matter. We spend the time needed to gain an understanding of our clients’ goals, values and concerns. Although many family law matters can be contentious, we believe that the best result is often achieved by finding creative solutions to difficult issues. Our lawyers are committed to solving client problems and allowing them to move on with their lives. In the event the parties are unable to reach a resolution, we are committed to obtaining the best possible results for our clients in court. Our clients know that while they will work with one lawyer throughout the process, they have the experience and expertise of the entire firm at their disposal. This allows us to develop the best legal strategy for each client while providing ongoing support during a difficult time. Consistency of representation is a hallmark of our service. We return telephone calls promptly and answer your questions in a timely manner.
The attorneys at the Wisconsin law firm of Nelson, Krueger & Millenbach, LLC focus exclusively on family law matters. Our goal is always to provide caring, experienced and diligent representation. We are committed to superior personalized service and communication with our clients.
Our family law practice includes matters such as: divorce and legal separation, child custody and placement, child support maintenance (alimony), paternity, post-judgment disputes, modifications and enforcement. We also handle restraining orders for domestic abuse or harassment.
If you are interested in meeting with one of our attorneys, please contact us at (414) 258-1644 to schedule a free initial office consultation.
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