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Waukesha County Divorce Lawyers

It’s incredibly hard to deal with the breakdown of your wedding vows’ “forever” pledge. Whether due to simply growing apart, infidelity or unsolvable differences, sometimes a marriage cannot be saved and divorce is the only real option. Whether you live in WaukeshaMenomonee Falls, or Delafield, if you find yourself facing an inevitable divorce, you can feel confident about entrusting your future to the capable hands of the Waukesha County divorce lawyers at Bandle & Zaeske LLP.

Whether your divorce will proceed uncontested or in court, having a knowledgeable and trustworthy attorney on your side will certainly give you piece of mind. Experienced and assertive legal representation won’t assuage all the pain that surrounds divorce, but it will ensure that you receive the settlement you deserve.

Opting to represent yourself can put you in a difficult and lonely position. Legal concepts and procedures can be difficult to understand with no formal training for even the brightest individuals. If your spouse has hired an attorney, it’s crucial that you follow suit. A pro se litigant is no match for a legal professional backed by years of experience and study.

That’s what makes the rising trend of litigants opting to act as their own lawyer in divorce court so alarming. Not only does it bog down the family court system and drag divorce hearings out longer than they need to be, it often leads to less than desirable settlements for pro se litigants.

Choosing to represent yourself may seem like a good way to save some money on attorney’s fees but all too often you end up paying for it in the long run. If you’re facing a completely amicable divorce, representing yourself with a little bit of legal guidance filling out the paperwork may suffice. Sadly, most divorces don’t go that smoothly.

Conflicts over child custodychild support and the division or property are all too common and without strong legal representation there’s a good chance you’ll wind up on the losing end. All too often people that choose to represent themselves end up paying more to have a lawyer clean up errors later.

The best course of action is to bring in a capable Waukesha County divorce lawyer from the start. A lawyer knowledgeable of the complexities that surround issues like child support, division of property and child custody will help you navigate these difficult legal concepts. More importantly, attorneys with years of divorce hearings under their belt know how approach these legal issues in a way that makes them work in your favor. Nothing can replace experience, and the attorneys at Bandle & Zaeske LLP have it.

Together, Christie Bandle and Eric Zaeske have over 50 years experience in family law. They are experts in child custody, uncontested divorcepaternity and post-judgment disputes. It is important to have representatives that fully comprehend every aspect of Wisconsin state and Waukesha County divorce and family law procedures. Bandle & Zaeske LLP have that expertise, and will ensure that you are made aware of all your options every step of the way.

Divorce can be a stressful and frightening experience, especially if you are the one blindsided by the news that your spouse wants to separate. The skilled and compassionate Waukesha County divorce attorneys at Bandle & Zaeske will develop a detailed course of action and fight for the fairest outcome for your case. They understand the difficulty of divorce, and will be there to guide and support you every step of the way. 

Call The Waukesha County Divorce Lawyers At Bandle & Zaeske LLP Today

No matter where you are in the divorce process, the expert divorce lawyers at Bandle & Zaeske LLP will make sure that your interests are defended with skill and integrity, and that you are kept informed about all of your options at every step of the way.

Contact Bandle & Zaeske LLP today, or call 414-359-1424, to learn more about the Waukesha County divorce process. Our expert divorce attorneys can help you navigate this process and defend your rights. We serve all of Waukesha County, from New Berlin to Muskego to Oconomowoc, and everywhere in between.