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Milwaukee Child Custody Lawyers

Perhaps the most important aspect of any family law issue is how the matter will affect the children involved. In a divorce or paternity action, deciding how the child will spend time with each parent and who will make decisions regarding the child's health and well-being can, at times, be highly contentious.

At Becker, Hickey & Poster, S.C., we work hard to alleviate the stress of divorce, paternity and child custody proceedings, pursuing fair and reasonable outcome for all parties involved. In some cases that involves being a strong litigator on your side. In others, it requires putting our skill and training in collaborative law to good use. No matter what, our priority is helping individuals overcome the obstacles they face, whether they are simple transactional legal issues or complex family law matters. Our experienced and respected Milwaukee child custody attorneys can help.

Legal Custody And Child Custody Placement

Child custody can be broken down into two basic issues: legal custody and physical placement. Legal custody typically involves decision-making related to the child's education, medical care and general well-being. Physical placement relates to where a child will live while the case is in process and after the case is final.

We help couples work out resolutions for issues in:

  • Pre-divorce and post-judgment child custody matters
  • Interstate issues such as relocation or removal
  • Joint custody issues related to medical, educational and other decision-making matters for children
  • Paternity

Contact The Waukesha Child Relocation Attorneys At Becker, Hickey & Poster, S.C.

Our lawyers are well-respected and known throughout Wisconsin for the high-quality representation they provide to individuals in complex legal matters. Contact us online or at 414-273-1414 for assistance.

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