Divorce is hard. Hire an attorney who will protect your family's best interests while offering comfort and unparalleled knowledge of Wisconsin divorce law.
Clients describe Maureen Black as one of the best family law attorneys in the city. She might have been one of the best attorneys in Ohio had she not had the good sense to move to the Badger State after attending college at Ohio University and law school at the University of Dayton. That brand of excellent judgment along with her responsiveness and confidence provide the framework for a smooth and seamless divorce process for her clients.
Maureen is a steady and compassionate guide—helping clients get divorced on their own terms. She knows the process can be very emotional and that, sometimes, clients aren’t ready to be divorced on the court’s timeline. She helps absorb and insulate some of the emotional shock by customizing her approach to ensure each client’s expectations are fulfilled and that they always know what lies ahead.
As a person, Maureen is honest, calm, and efficient. As the mother of small children, she understands the nuances of a parent-child relationship and is an excellent listener and sounding board who can quickly understand her client’s priorities. In the courtroom, she is firm, prepared, and unflappable. She especially shines as a litigator presenting or defending cases in court.
Maureen’s favorite clients are the ones who can see past the immediate trauma of divorce to claim their futures. She tries to help clients move beyond the short-term gratification of making decisions based on emotion and, instead, encourages them to focus on long-term goals that benefit their family’s overall emotional and financial health.
Most of all, Maureen wants to genuinely help people. This comes through in other areas of her life as well. As a member of Young Wishmakers of Wisconsin, she supports the Make a Wish foundation. She also gives her time and talent to the Leander J. Foley Society of Family Lawyers. And though she gives her support to the Bucks and Brewers, she has given her heart to the Philadelphia Eagles. (Sorry, Packers!)
Ohio University, B.S. Broadcast Journalism
University of Dayton School of Law, J.D.
Maureen’s commitment to family law causes is demonstrated in her history of affiliations with the below association(s):
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