John T. Fields & Associates Divorce Attorneys serving Milwaukee County

Choosing a family law attorney in the Milwaukee County area

There are many difficulties spouses have to deal with when it comes to divorce. John T. Fields & Associates, a divorce attorney serving Milwaukee County, has handled many difficult child custody, property division and high-stakes divorce cases. Our family law attorneys are here to help you and give you a winning legal strategy during this difficult time. Regardless of how “important” your case may seem to other attorneys, our law firm will treat you as if you are our most important client.

A pitbull divorce attorney

John T. Fields, our founding attorney, has been working with clients throughout Milwaukee County and the state of Wisconsin for more than 25 years. He has earned a reputation as the pitbull attorney for his aggressive approach to family law cases. The attorneys at John T. Fields & Associates have the knowledge of the Wisconsin legal system necessary to win any case, regardless of how hopeless it may seem. Our pricing is competitive, and we offer free consultations for potential clients of Milwaukee County.

An experienced legal advocate

We have multiple offices throughout Wisconsin to better serve you. Call our office today and tell us about your case. We listen to each case with compassion and have numerous connections with social workers and mediators that can give you the support you need in your divorce case. We serve people throughout Milwaukee County and have delivered fantastic results on behalf of clients. Our divorce attorneys will remain by your side throughout your case to protect your rights and those of your children.

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(608)819-5890 or (262)782-8322

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Client Review

Needed an aggressive attorney and found one in Attorney Fields. He’s great at getting what you want from a highly contested divorces.

Jacob C. via Google Reviews

Divorce Basics

What you need to know

To file a divorce in Wisconsin, you must meet basic residency requirements. You can start the process of getting a divorce by filing with the clerk in your particular county. In order to file for divorce, you only have to acknowledge that your marriage is broken beyond repair. A divorce attorney can make sure you stay organized as you begin the divorce process. Filing a divorce action in the appropriate manner is crucial in having a successful divorce.

Child Custody

What you need to know

In most family law cases, courts try to maximize a child’s time with both parents after a divorce. However, the parent with legal custody still gets to make crucial decisions on behalf of the child. Courts do consider each parent’s relationship with the children in a divorce, and they also take the child’s wishes into account in most cases. In the absence of legal custody, a divorce attorney can still make sure you play a role in the life of your child after a divorce.

Child Support

What you need to know about child support

Wisconsin courts have specific rules for setting child support amounts. Child support amounts typically last until a child is an adult and can only be changed under very specific circumstances. Therefore, it’s important that you end up paying the right amount in child support from the very beginning. If you believe your former spouse in a divorce isn't paying the right amount in child support, a divorce attorney can help you address this situation.

Alimony

What you need to know about alimony

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Property Division

What you need to know about property division

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Helpful Tools

Divorce Forms

Start filling out your forms today or wait until your appointment and we can help. Our full list of helpful divorce forms can be found HERE.

Asset Division Worksheet

One of the first things many people think about is how property and other assets are distributed due to a divorce. We have an Asset Division Worksheet that will help, you can find it  HERE.

Parenting Plan

A parenting plan is a helpful document that helps parents understand how they will raise their child after separation or divorce. Get started by downloading your Parenting Plan HERE.

Estimate Child Support Payments

Would you like to get an idea of your child support payments? You can easily estimate child support payments by using our calculator HERE.

Alimony Payment Calculator

We offer a quick and easy way for you to estimate your alimony payments. You can find our Alimony Payment Calcualtor HERE.