Wisconsin is a no-fault divorce state. This means that the court is not interested in why a party is seeking a divorce. The court, however, must be convinced that the marriage is irretrievably broken. In other words, the court will grant the divorce if there is no reasonable prospect that the married couple can reconcile their differences. At Lawton Cates, our team of dedicated divorce lawyers in Wisconsin has everything you need to handle all aspects of your divorce, no matter how straightforward or complex it may be.
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