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Ginger L. Murray

also known as Your Family Law Center

About me

As I was approaching age 40, I decided to take better care of myself.  I joined Biggest Loser at my health club, ran a half-marathon, completed a half-ironman and lost 70 pounds in the process.  The has proved to be a productive means to deal with the stress that comes with working closely with my clients and their family difficulties.


Languages spoken: Spanish

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Practice areas


  1. Divorce: 30%
    20 years, 2 thousand cases
  2. Family: 30%
    20 years, 2 thousand cases
  3. Child Custody: 15%
    20 years, 1.5 thousand cases
  4. Child Support: 10%
    20 years, 2 thousand cases
  5. Other: 15%
  6. More 



Retainer (always), Free consultation (30 minutes)

Payment types:

Cash, Check, Credit card

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  • David S. Kowalski

    I endorse Ginger for family law issues. I have worked with Ginger on some very difficult cases, on both the same and opposing sides of tough issues. She is a skilled advocate, and cares about her clients.


    David Kowalski Divorce and separation Attorney
    Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

Contact info

Your Family Law Center, SC

152 W. Johnson St.
Suite 210
Madison, WI, 53703


WIGood Standing199603/23/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
AV Preeminent RatedMartindale-Hubbell2016
Silver Medal: 2nd place for my divisionJayHawk Late Bird Triathon2009
Charles O. Easterling Memorial Scholarship RecipientMississippi Public Defender1995
WIPCOD ScholarshipWisconsin Professional Council on DivorceN/A
ScholarshipAmerican Bar Association/ American Law Institute Environmental Law DivisionN/A
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
President, Lead Family Law Atty.Your Family Law Center, SC2014 - Present
PresidentLawton & Cates, SC2004 - Present
Family Court CommissionerOneida County2001 - 2004
City AttorneyCity of Crandon2000 - 2004
Family and Circuit Court CommissionerForest County2000 - 2004
Association namePosition nameDuration
Association of Family and Conciliation CourtsFounding Member for WI Chapter2014 - Present
Wisconsin Inter-Professional Committee on DivorceBoard Member2012 - Present
Office of Lawyer Regulation: District CommitteeMember/Investigator2009 - Present
James E. Doyle American Inn of CourtMember2008 - Present
Dane County Bar AssociationMember2004 - Present
Office of Lawyer RegulationCommittee Chairperson2003 - Present
Oneida-Vilas-Forest County Bar AssociationPast President1997 - Present
State Bar of WisconsinMember1996 - Present
Domestic Abuse Intervention ServicesFundraising Committee Member2006 - 2008
Children & Law Section of the State Bar of WisconsinPast Chair2006 - 2013
State Bar of Wisconsin: Mock TrialJudge2005 - 2008
Legal Association for Womenmember2004 - 2010
Lions Club (Crandon)Past President1998 - 2004
Wabeno High SchoolMock Trial Coach1995 - 2004
Phi Delta Phi legal fraternitymember1993 - 1995
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Borreson v. Yunto, Appeal No. 2005AP190 , COURT OF APPEALS OF WISCONSIN, 2006 WI App 63; 292 Wis. 2d 231;Make-up placement time and atty/GAL fees awarded.
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Publication nameTitleDate
NBIViolence in the Home2012
WI LawyerTeens Test Their Mettle in Mock Trials2008
Wisconsin WomanRestraining Orders2008
WI LawyerReturn 17-Year-Olds to Juvenile Court2007
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Mississippi College School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1995
University of Wisconsin, MadisonBehavioral Science and LawBA - Bachelor of Arts1992
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Advanced Family LawViolence in the Home2012
Wisconsin Solo and Small Firm ConferenceWomen in the Legal Profession: Unique Challenges2011
State Bar of Wisconsin, Solo and Small Firm Practice CommitteeFAMILY LAW MATTERS: Perspective From Both Sides of the Bench2011
Lexis-Nexis National Sales MeetingClient Panel2011
Summer Camp TrainingLegal Implications for Camp Counselors2009
Public HearingWisconsin Indian Child Welfarw Act2009
26th Annual Family Law WorkshopBasic Divorce 1012007
annual presentationLegal Implications when you turn 182004
National Business Institute: Child Custody and VisitationParent Child ContactN/A