In Wisconsin, the Guardian Ad Litem will be a court-appointed attorney to represent your children’s best interests.
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My husband and I are divorcing, and we both want sole custody of our only child. We aren’t able to resolve this ourselves, and it will probably end up in court. Since I’m the mother, isn’t it most likely I’ll win?
Custody and placement laws vary from state to state, so understanding Wisconsin law and how it may impact your family is key.
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My former girlfriend has full custody of our son & doesn’t want to give me visitation rights. I’m paying child support & want to see my son, what can I do?
In the state of Wisconsin, what age does a child need to be to determine with which parent he or she lives full time?
Holidays and summer vacations are frequently an impetus for divorced parents to renegotiate shared placement arrangements.
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