Working to Help You Resolve Your Family Law Issues
When facing the end of your marriage, you need trusted counsel to answer your questions, educate you on the process and pursue resolutions while focusing on the best interests of your children. For over 25 years, attorney Ward D. Phillips of Leece & Phillips Law Offices, S.C., has represented clients in specific areas of his family law practice, including:
Child custody and placement
Maintenance, also known as alimony
Children in need of protection and services
Estate planning, including wills and trusts
Our firm's co-founder devotes his Walworth County-based legal practice almost exclusively to family law. He takes the time to talk to his clients so they understand the substance of the divorce process and the need for legal representation.
What to Expect
First, there is a "cooling off" period of 120 days, giving you time to get the facts you need and prepare for a process that, at times, will be emotional. Court procedures can be confusing and there are pitfalls that must be avoided.
Expect to attend at least two hearings at a minimum, providing documentation and financial information that the court expects. Securing legal advice prior to those court appearances is paramount. You have important choices to make and you do not want to have regrets later.
To see some of the commonly-asked questions people have about the various family law issues, please view our FAQ page.
Contact Leece & Phillips
For more information or to schedule a consultation with one of our Walworth County family law attorneys, please call Leece & Phillips Law Offices, S.C., at 262-723-7040 or use the intake form on this page.
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