NORTHEAST WISCONSIN'S DIVORCE ATTORNEY
YOUR Trusted Counsel FOR SILVER DIVORCE
Divorce over 50
It can be overwhelming and downright frightful to file for silver divorce in Wisconsin. Our family law attorneys understand that divorce is a significant life event. We're here to help you navigate this complicated process with grace and mindfulness.
Thousands of cases of elder abuse are reported in Wisconsin every year, and the problem continues to grow. If you or a loved one is concerned about elder abuse happening in your family, contact us. Our team will help determine the best solution for your case.
The time may come when you need to make essential health and financial decisions for your elderly parent or relative. The most effective way to help them is by ensuring they get the care and financial support they need through the help of a reliable elder law attorney.
Why Choose Gage-Michaels Law Firm
Gage-Michaels Law Firm provides various legal services to establish financial security and asset protection for the seniors to live the remainder of their lives happily and healthily.
Attorney Andrea Gage-Michaels is a proven leader in elder care law. She works tirelessly to help seniors navigate Medicaid planning, silver divorce proceedings, elder abuse concerns, and family mediation. You can trust that she understands the financial and emotional impacts at stake.
We know major legal decisions can significantly impact more than just the issue. Thus, our dedicated legal team uses a holistic approach to provide reliable advice. With Gage-Michaels Law Firm, you will discover the empathy and compassion you never knew you needed and deserved.
Silver Divorce Attorney in Northeast Wisconsin
Going through a divorce, especially if you’re over 50, can be complicated. An experienced Wisconsin divorce attorney can ensure that your rights are protected. Whether you’re in the early stages of considering divorce or are prepared to file for divorce and need legal assistance, our skilled Green Bay divorce lawyer can help. We will help you get the results you want.
Protecting Your Future
We use our knowledge and experience to put the needs of seniors first. Some issues, like maintaining eligibility for Medicaid, are age-specific and require an attorney with in-depth knowledge of the process. But that’s not the only reason to seek a lawyer with experience working with mature people.
Divorce is a complex legal issue that can affect clients aged 70 much differently than those in their 30s. Age is a crucial factor in selecting an attorney who is both knowledgeable in a given area of law and attuned to the needs of older people.
When you choose Gage-Michaels Law Firm, you choose a dedicated legal team that will empower and support you throughout the legal process.
Experienced Attorneys in Northeast Wisconsin
Wisconsin’s family court system is complex; that’s why we’ve spent years developing ways to make it easier for you. Our trusted attorney at Gage-Michaels Law Firm practices all facets of divorce, family law, and elder law in Wisconsin.
1 in 4
PEOPLE WHO ARE 50+ CHOOSE TO FILE FOR DIVORCE
OF LONG-TERM CARE SUPPORT IS FUNDED BY MEDICAID
1 in 10
AMERICANS WHO ARE 60+ HAVE EXPERIENCED ELDER ABUSE
OF AMERICANS HAVE AN END-OF-LIFE PLAN, 90% SAY THEY SHOULD
Starting Over at 50 After Divorce?
Going through a divorce after the age of 50 can be overwhelming. You’ve built a life with your spouse and probably been together for a long time. You deserve to have a dedicated and experienced advocate on your side during a highly complex situation.
Whether you have questions about divorce or need representation in your divorce in Green Bay, Wisconsin, our experienced and compassionate divorce attorneys can help. Contact Gage-Michaels Law Firm to learn more about our legal services.
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