Experienced and Aggressive Representation
O'Connor Law Offices focuses on all aspects of family law and the defense of domestic related crimes. Attorney O'Connor has years of experience in providing support and guidance for those that are going through either uncontested or bitter domestic disputes. Having an experienced and aggressive family law attorney representing you will help ensure your best interests are taken into consideration and lead to an optimal outcome for all involved, especially minors. The sections below include more detailed information about the representation we provide and how we can help you.
Contemplating divorce is tough. Taking that next step of calling a divorce lawyer is even harder. O'Connor Law Offices provides one free confidential consultation so you can learn about your legal rights, such as your right to custody of your children, your assets, and your obligation to pay creditors. Attorney O'Connor will also work with you to receive child support, if needed.
In Wisconsin, guardianship is a legal relationship, supervised by the court, when a person is unable to, or can no longer communicate safe and sound decisions about his/her person and finances. The minor or adult for whom a guardianship is sought is called a Ward. A Ward may include minor children, or adults that may be mentally disabled, incapacitated, or vulnerable, such as the elderly.
Family law issues are very sensitive and personal to people. We understand and realize that this means clearly explaining legal rights and providing all available options to our clients in Racine and Kenosha is of the utmost importance. We will work with you to ensure the proper steps are taken throughout your case that will lead to a favorable outcome.
As a parent, the last thing you want to have happen is danger to your child or another. CHIPS stands for the "Child in Need of Protection and/or Services" law which helps children. Attorney O'Connor, as a family law attorney in southeastern Wisconsin, has dealt with numerous CHIPS cases over the years. When a child comes to court because a parent has hurt them or not taken care of them, this is a CHIPS case.