Family Law (Divorce, Child Custody & Support)

Call Michael J. Wilson today at 402-598-9748 to schedule a consultation.
The vast majority of people who file for divorce do not take the decision lightly.  Indeed, if you are considering divorce, you have probably spent many months or even years trying to address the problems plaguing your marriage.  Unfortunately, every attempt at reconciliation with your spouse has failed and you find yourself miserable.  After much debate, you have finally come to the realization that you will have to file for divorce.
You are not alone.  Nearly half of all marriages in the United States end in divorce, so do not feel isolated or ashamed.  Instead, call Michael Wilson and ask him to help you through the complicated legal process of divorce.  For most people, the prospect of a divorce is frightening.  Mr. Wilson understands your fears and will walk you through the dissolution of marriage proceeding while ensuring that you receive your fair share of all marital property.  In addition, if you find yourself in a situation where you require attorney's fees and/or alimony, Mr. Wilson will do all that he can to obtain them for you.  Ultimately, Mr. Wilson's goal is to give you the best start possible as you embark on this new chapter of your life.
Child Custody & Support
As a fellow parent, Michael Wilson understands that your love for your children transcends any legal proceeding or piece of paper filed in a court.  Mr. Wilson will pay attention to the specifics of your case, listen to you as you voice your concerns regarding potential custody and support arrangements, and fight to achieve a result that values the best interests of your children above all else.  As a custodial parent, you are entitled to monthly support payments from the parent of your child, so you should hire an attorney immediately if you do not currently receive such payments.  Conversely, if you are not the custodial parent, you may be entitled to visitation, so you should likewise hire an attorney immediately if the custodial parent does not allow you reasonable visitation.  Call Mr. Wilson today so that you can learn more about your rights as a parent.