Family Law

Facing Divorce Or Family Law Issues?

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Don’t go it alone. Ben Gisselman started in family law working for a family court judge and has practiced private practice family law for the past 15 years.

For many individuals and families, the first time they ever retain an attorney is when they file for divorce. Divorce can be a difficult experience, and even educated professionals can be left feeling confused and unable to make decisions. It is a time during which an experienced and caring attorney can make the difference between giving up or moving on. If you need to speak to a family law attorney, call (952) 851-9500 today.

We understand the emotional nature of divorce and deliver personalized representation to our clients. Our divorce attorney will guide you through this difficult time. We know divorce and family law isn’t easy for anyone. We understand your situation and will work hard for you.

At Villaume & Schiek, P.A., we seek to find solutions to your family law matters without adding additional pain. Attorney Ben Gisselman has focused his legal career on family law and understands the issues at hand from both a legal perspective and an emotional point of view.

Our law firm’s goal is to give you the caring support you need so you can make wise decisions with which you can live.

Full Range of Family Law Issues Handled

At Villaume & Schiek, P.A., we represent either men or women within the full range of family law matters:

  • Prenuptial and post-nuptial marital agreements
  • Separation agreements
  • Divorce, including division of property and spousal support (alimony) determinations
  • Complex divorce involving high asset individuals
  • Child custody and visitation (parenting plans)
  • Child support determinations or modifications
  • Paternity determinations
  • Protective orders

Contact Our Office Today To Speak To Ben Gisselman

Please call our office today to speak to an attorney at (952) 851-9500, or request a free consultation using the form below.

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