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Your family’s legal needs are always a priority.
When you find yourself in the midst of a family break-down and faced with serious legal issues, you don’t have to do it on your own. At Schmitz Law, PC, we understand that people who are dealing with such issues as separation, divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, or equitable distribution of assets will have many questions — and that’s what we’re here for.
Board Certified Family Law Specialist Joe Schmitz has built his practice on standing up for people who need a seasoned, respected advocate to help them find solutions to their legal needs.
We strive to make each of our clients feel as comfortable as possible – like you’re having coffee with your best friend at your favorite coffee shop. We will keep you informed throughout the process so that you feel confident in our ability to help you resolve your matter in a way that protects the things most important to you and your family.
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“Joe and his team at Schmitz Law went above and beyond for me during my divorce negotiations. It was the hardest time of my life, and they were always compassionate and professional. I was very pleased with the result and always recommend Schmitz Law to friends in need of top-notch legal representation.”
“Joe and his staff have served me as a client with kindness and honesty. They are very capable of helping navigate the trenches of the legal system with undeniable quality and professionalism. They were also compassionate and genuinely sympathetic. I would definitely recommend hiring Joe if you are in need of legal services.”
“In the challenging navigation of the divorce process, Joe leads his clients with fairness, compassion, honesty and truth. Without Joe and the amazing associates at Schmitz Law, it would have been a painful, lengthy process. Joe and his team are 5 stars, 10 out of 10, best of the best!”
We care about our clients, and we consider it a part of our responsibility to mitigate the conflict you are currently facing and to use our best efforts to accomplish your goals.
From Our Blog
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Can A Judge Force Me To Sell My House In A Divorce?
If the spouses cannot agree on who will receive sole ownership of the home, a judge will have to decide on which spouse keeps the home. There can be a number of factors a judge might consider when making this decision.