Divorce Lawyers in Menomonee Falls, WI

11414 W. Park Pl., Suite 202
Milwaukee, WI 53224

(414) 310-7075
Menomonee Falls Divorce Attorneys
Our team of Menomonee Falls divorce attorneys are there to support your personal and familial needs.

With Karp & Iancu by your side, divorce doesn’t have to be devastating or complicated. What drives us is the fair, honest & compassionate representation our clients need during a divorce. The result is 10,000+ cases represented and a growing stack of awards.
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Not many people think of divorce as a positive thing, but for many marriages, it’s the best option. When a couple cannot communicate effectively anymore and their physical and emotional health is at risk, it’s time to end things.

Still, a divorce is not something that should be taken lightly. In fact, it’s a highly emotional issue that will affect your life in many ways. Appeals are even known to happen. You should put a lot of thought into it, but at the same time, you shouldn’t delay the process if you feel strongly about ending your marriage.

Ready to file? Want to know more about the process? What can you expect? Count on a Menomonee Falls divorce attorney from Karp & Iancu, S.C. to help you through the process of family law and divorce with the least amount of stress possible. We can start the process electronically for your convenience.

Understanding the Process

First things first—are you and your spouse going to file for divorce jointly or separately? There is no right or wrong answer to this. This is purely a matter of personal preference and is based on the kind of relationship you have with your spouse.

It may be better to file jointly if both you and your spouse agree to the divorce and can cooperate with each other to reach a final agreement on all the issues. But if one party does not want the divorce or does not want to file jointly for personal reasons, then it may be better to file on your own, separately.

Whatever you choose, it doesn’t matter to the court, but it may matter to you or your spouse. Divorce filings are public records, so the person who initiated the divorce may not want to be listed as the petitioner. Some people may want the court record to reflect that they filed for divorce together. In any case, there is no legal advantage.

The divorce forms can be found online. The forms you need will depend on how you are filing and whether or not there are children involved. Once you complete the forms, you can file them online or submit them in person at your county courthouse. Your spouse gets served with the paperwork and the process starts.

There will then be temporary orders and negotiation involved. Temporary orders detail how money and children should be managed while the divorce is in process. These orders determine where the children will live, who will pay the bills, and whether or not alimony is needed.

What is Mediation?

Negotiations are required in all divorces in which there are disputes about certain issues. Instead of going to court, the parties can try alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation. Mediation allows the parties to come to an agreement without getting judges involved. The process is overseen by a mediator, a neutral third party who can help answer questions regarding:

The mediator, however, cannot give legal advice.

Mediation is typically quicker and less expensive than going to court. It is also a more amicable process when compared to litigation. However, it is not for everyone. If you and your spouse cannot get along and are not willing to negotiate, then mediation may not be worth it.

What is a Legal Separation?

A legal separation is an alternative to divorce. It is not the same as simply living apart. Physically separating is not the same as legally separating. A physical separation means you are still legally married and must deal with the rights and responsibilities that come with it. In Wisconsin, there is no practical difference between a legal separation and a divorce in Wisconsin. Both dissolve a marriage and require the division of property.

Legal separation is not common. It was done more often in the past for insurance reasons, but many insurance companies do not allow this anymore. Nowadays, if a person opts for a legal separation, it is often for personal or religious reasons. For example, some religions prohibit divorce. Or some people believe that they should never get divorced, so if they are ever in a situation in which they want to end their marriage, they may choose legal separation as a work-around.

Benefits of Divorce

Divorce can affect your life in many ways. It can ruin your finances. It can impact your relationship with your kids. It can force you to move out of your home.

But divorce is not all bad. There are some upsides as well, such as the following:

  • More freedom. Ending a marriage allows you more freedom. If you feel as though you have had to make a lot of sacrifices for your marriage, then being on your own may make you feel more independent. You can do what you want, when you want, without having to worry about someone else’s needs and wants.
  • Greater financial control. A divorce can also give you greater control over finances. You can spend your money on yourselfr and yourself alone. You don’t have to split it with a spouse or pay for their bills. You can focus on your priorities when it comes to money. Have goals for what you want to do, whether it’s buy a house or a car, go on vacation, or invest.
  • Opportunity to find true love. If your spouse isn’t your perfect match, you’ll never feel fulfilled in your marriage. This can affect you emotionally and physically. You have the opportunity to find Mr. or Mrs. Right once you divorce, so why not give it a shot? By staying in an unhappy marriage, you’re losing out on your opportunity to find your true love.

When you partner with a divorce attorney  at Karp & Iancu for family law issues, you get:



A strategic partner focused on results



Fast, insightful & transparent communication



Complete, fair & empathetic representation

Meet our Menomonee Falls-based divorce attorneys

Karp & Iancu Office in Menomonee Falls
About Our Menomonee Falls Law Firm

Karp & Iancu’s team of Menomonee Falls divorce attorneys excel at responsive communication in order to resolve family law litigation matters quickly and efficiently.

Our firm’s guiding principle is to empathize with our clients while achieving their most desirable courtroom outcomes.

Our divorce attorneys are ready to help & nearby

Wisconsin's family court system is complex and inefficient; that's why we've spent over 30 years developing ways to make it easier on you. Karp & Iancu's attorneys at our Wauwatosa office specialize in all facets of divorce and family law, including:

Property & Assets

When you’re facing a division of marital property, it can be tough to ensure you’ll get a fair share of the assets. We’ll work with you to determine what is and is not part of the marital estate and will help you claim what is rightfully yours.

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Child Custody & Visitation

Learn whether sole custody or joint custody is best for your children, and find a visitation schedule that will work for your family.

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Child Support

When you’re a parent going through a divorce, your first concern is likely your children. Our lawyers are experts in guiding clients through the options available. We understand your top priority is making sure your children are taken care of.

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Divorce is difficult & exhausting, but it's not devastating or complicated with the right attorneys on your side.

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Family Law

Explore all of our divorce packages; each is designed to address your specific legal needs.

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Alimony & Maintenance

Marriage isn’t always equal—and neither is divorce. You may have made unequal caretaking or financial contributions to the family. We will help you fight to make sure those contributions are acknowledged and compensated.

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Whether paternity is established by acknowledgement or only after genetic tests, we are here to help you through the process from start to finish.

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Legal Separation

An alternative to divorce that still allows you to define your rights to your children and finances while claiming your independence.

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Military Divorce

We've been helping clients navigate the complex Wisconsin military divorce laws for decades.

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Contact Us Today

No person hopes that their marriage will end in divorce. But if you can’t get along with your spouse and you desire a new life on your own, a divorce may be your best option.

Divorce can be challenging, but the Menomonee Falls divorce attorneys from Karp & Iancu, S.C. can make the process easier. There are many ways in which we can help. Call (414) 453-0800 or book an appointment online today.

FAQs About Our Menomonee Falls Location

How do I get to Karp & Iancu's Menomonee Falls Office?

You’ll find our Menomonee Falls office on the west side of Mayfair Rd. between Watertown Plank Rd. and Wisconsin Ave.

From I-41, turn onto Good Hope Rd.

Karp & Iancu Menomonee Falls can be easily accessed through public transportation using the bus stop located on the corner of Inactive Park Pl and 11414 W.
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When I get there, where do I park?

Parking is free and easy. There is a large parking lot for the building that exists right off of Park Pl.

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