Parenting Plan

Parenting Plan

It is helpful to work through a Parenting Plan that defines either sole custody or shared custody and the division of time with the children.  The office of John T. Fields & Associates can help you with any questions or concerns. Contact our office to schedule a consultation.

You will also find our Sole Custody and Shared Custody Calculators helpful.  These forms help you to estimate child support payments.

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Parenting Plan

It is helpful to work through a Parenting Plan that defines either sole custody or shared custody and the division of time with the children.  The office of John T. Fields & Associates can help you with any questions or concerns. Contact our office to schedule a consultation.

You will also find our Sole Custody and Shared Custody Calculators helpful.  These forms help you to estimate child support payments.

Download and print the Parenting Plan.

We Can Help. Call Us Today

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

Questions? Fill out the form below to book your consultation.

Other Divorce Forms

Calculators you may find helpful

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.

 

Helping Families Get What They Deserve.

A divorce or other family law matter is a life-changing event for you, and if you are a parent, for your children. It is an evnt that will change lives for years or perhaps forever. That’s why it’s so important to get an attorney and not just any attorney, but the right attorney

We have over 25 years of family experience and we can be aggressive when your family needs to get what they deserve. When a client retains our services we personally take care of their case. Our goal is to get you what you want. Whether that is collaborative divorce, mediation or litigation.

We are a renowned Wisconsin Divorce & Family Law Firm. We've represented Wisconsin residents in many counties across the state, including Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, DaneRock, Jefferson, Kenosha and  counties. Don’t let your spouse in a difficult divorce case prevent you from getting the settlement your family deserves.

Alimony

What you need to know about alimony

In a divorce, Wisconsin courts aim to establish financial equality between spouses. Alimony, or spousal maintenance, is the main way courts do this. There is such a thing as temporary alimony, but most alimony orders are permanent, so it’s important that spouses have a bold legal advocate to argue their case in a divorce trial. Although marriage is supposed to be a give-and-take, oftentimes one spouse sacrifices more than the other during a marriage. Factors such as these can influence how much alimony is paid after a divorce is finalized.

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YOUR DIVORCE

CHILD CUSTODY

Divorce with children

ALIMONY

PROPERTY DIVISION

Property Division

What you need to know about property division

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