Forging Family Relationships To Thrive In Your New “Normal”
At Hoff, Claringbole & Quigley, LLP, we help you press ahead when you find yourself facing difficult family-related circumstances such as divorce or separation. While you may intend to separate or divorce amicably, even the simplest divorce proceedings can become complex. Our attorneys are here for you through the entire legal separation or divorce process, from filing the petition and drafting a temporary order to preparing stipulations at the conclusion of the divorce process.
A divorce lawyer can help you reason clearly amidst the stress of uncertainty or emotional turmoil. We will explain to you your rights, especially when it comes to dividing marital assets and debts including pension funds, and determining how to approach spousal support calculations. When you have children, your divorce or separation agreements will prominently feature arrangements to foster your child’s best interests. Parents frequently find this the most challenging part of moving forward. The court may order a guardian ad litem to represent your child’s best interests in a highly contested divorce or separation.
A guardian ad litem (GAL) provides an impartial investigation of the child’s circumstances and makes recommendations as to the child’s best interests to the court. The child’s expenses and matters of child support are also part of the GAL’s report.
Sometimes, divorcing couples have to sell their home as part of their marital property separation. We can also assist you with your real estate needs. Let our experience facilitate the steps you take in developing your new chapter.
Setting Realistic Goals And Protecting Your Future
Our attorneys, Heather Claringbole and Katelyn Quigley have experience helping all types of families with a full spectrum of legal needs. When you or your family are in transition, we take the time to listen to you, so we can help you set realistic goals in forging a stable future. We can help you with matters involving:
- Child custody arrangements
- Child support
- Visitation with grandparents
- Simple or complex divorce
- Property division
- Spousal support or alimony
- Enforcement or modification of prior court orders
- Prenuptial agreements
- Guardian ad litem
We are skilled at helping both guardians and parents in considering their options if guardianship may be in the best interests of a child. Additionally, we have experience working with guardianships of incompetent adults.
We Can Help You. Contact Us Soon.
When you have experienced legal advocacy by your side, you can be confident that you are moving in the right direction. We help individuals, mothers, fathers, stepparents, grandparents, kinship caregivers and others. To schedule a consultation, call our office in Appleton at 920-416-6026 or send us an email.