- My spouse refuses to pay child support. What can I do?
- Our divorce is mutual. Should we really hire a lawyer?
- What is equitable distribution?
- What are the grounds for divorce in Wisconsin?
If your spouse refuses to pay child support, contact us as soon as possible. Your spouse faces serious consequences like having his or her license suspended, bank accounts seized or being held in contempt of court.
Even if you and your spouse mutually want a divorce, it is in your best interests to hire a family law lawyer to help you draft an agreement.
Like most states, Wisconsin follows an equitable distribution rule regarding the division of marital properties. This means that real property is split 50/50 between spouses.
In Wisconsin, the grounds for which you may file for a divorce are irretrievable breakdown of marriage.