610 Jackson St, Wausau, WI 54403

kandraski@andraskilaw.com
 
Andraski Law Offices, LLC
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Child Custody & Divorce Lawyer in Wausau, WI

If you require legal representation in matters of child custody, guardianship, or divorce proceedings, look no further than Andraski Law Offices, LLC. Attorney Kenneth J. Andraski has an extensive background in family law. We are conveniently located in Wausau, Wisconsin and have been serving our clients for over 40 years.
 

Divorce

If you are faced with the prospect of divorce, you likely have many questions keeping you up at night. What will happen to my property? Will I receive alimony? Who gets custody of my children? Andraski Law Offices, LLC can help you find the answers. As you begin this next chapter of your life, you can trust our firm to provide you with top-notch legal services tailored to your unique needs. From uncontested divorces to divorce litigation involving complex assets, we are prepared to go the distance to make sure your well-being is protected.
 
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Custody

Unlike homes, cars or money, children cannot be replaced. You may be an unwed parent seeking to protect your parental rights, or a parent going through a divorce who is concerned about his or her child's future. In either instance, it is important to consult a knowledgeable family law attorney to establish custody of your child(ren). At Andraski Law Offices, LLC we handle all aspects of child custody, including:
 
  • Joint custody
  • Sole custody
 
  • Termination and adoption
 
  • Grandparents' rights
 
 
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If you are looking for legal advice or representation regarding matters of family law, please contact us today. If we cannot assist you with your particular legal matter, we will gladly refer you to an attorney who can.
 
Disclaimer
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