Racine Office


We’re located on Washington Ave, across the street from the Village Center shopping mall. 

5605 Washington Ave Mt Pleasant, WI 53406


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Racine County Professional Divorce Attorneys

Our Racine County divorce attorneys have years of experience protecting your child, income, and property rights during the divorce process. We make every effort to settle your case without going to court. We know how to present and advocate for our clients in a courtroom while appealing a ruling if needed.

Legal aid we offer for divorce cases include:

Check out our affordable flat fees & flexible payment plans! We offer our services to numerous communities in Wisconsin including, Milwaukee, Madison, Appleton, Brookfield, and Glendale

Filing for Divorce in Racine

Beginning the divorce process can be scary. Rest easy with Divergent Family Law, a trusted Wisconsin law firm. The state of Wisconsin only requires one individual to believe the marriage is irretrievably broken as a no-fault divorce state. If you have lived in Wisconsin for at least six months & Racine County for 30 days you are eligible to file for divorce at Racine County Courthouse. We are a full-service family law firm familiar with Wisconsin divorce law. We'll walk you through the entire process (filing a petition, temporary order hearings, and settlement agreements).

Frequently Asked Questions about the divorce process in Racine

We recommend only communicating with your spouse through a divorce attorney. This will help you further on in court.

On average a divorce lawyer in Racine will charge anywhere from $100 - $350. We offer free case consultations and will give you an accurate quote for your divorce process.

How can you help me make this divorce as painless as possible?

Our team at Divergent Family Law understands that divorce is always an emotional process. We want you to get the outcome you deserve and do everything we can to treat you and your family with care and respect.

Who pays child support in Wisconsin?

Child support payments are determined by many factors including incomes and time spent with each parent. Check out our child support cost calculator to learn more.

How long does it take to resolve a divorce case?

In Wisconsin divorce cases are usually resolved 6-12 months after the divorce is filed. There is also a mandatory 120 wait period before your divorce hearing.

Should I negotiate with my spouse?

We recommend only communicating with your spouse through a divorce attorney. This will help you further on in court.




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