Wisconsin Child Custody Attorneys — 126 found

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  1. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Glen B. Kulkoski

    Glen Kulkoski

    New Berlin, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 39 years
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    6.7

  2. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer James T. Runyon

    James Runyon

    Tomahawk, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 36 years
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    6.7

  3. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Phillip A. Arieff

    Phillip Arieff

    Milwaukee, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 32 years
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    7.9

  4. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Michael A. Kelsey

    Michael Kelsey

    Hayward, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 29 years
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    6.7

  5. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Tara K. Kleinhans

    Tara Kleinhans

    Monroe, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 16 years
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    6.6

  6. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Mary H. Payne

    Mary Payne

    Milwaukee, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 41 years
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    6.7

  7. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Nicole L. Beddigs

    Nicole Beddigs

    Kenosha, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 17 years
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    7.4

  8. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Paul D. Christensen

    Paul Christensen

    Milwaukee, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 27 years
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    6.7

  9. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Angela R. Nichols Philipp

    Angela Philipp

    Baraboo, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 13 years
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    7.0

  10. Wisconsin Child Custody Lawyer Geraldine K. Johnson

    Geraldine Johnson

    Milwaukee, WI Child Custody Lawyer
    Licensed for 30 years
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    RATING

    7.4

Child Custody

If you are getting divorced and have children, part of the divorce agreement will involve determining where and with whom the children will live. A child custody lawyer can help you negotiate custody, either by agreement or in court. The custodial parent (the one the child lives with) earns the legal right to make decisions regarding the child's lifestyle, welfare, and education. Some parents opt for joint custody, which means children divide their time between both parents' homes, and parents share the right to make decisions on behalf of the children. If you as parents are unable to agree on child custody, a judge will decide for you.