Resolve your family law legal issues in a positive, compassionate environment.

Solving Critical Legal Problems With Skill And Compassion

When your life changes due to a difficult legal issue, it is important to carefully evaluate what to do next. The skilled family law attorneys at Friedrich & Fletcher, S.C., are dedicated to helping clients with a variety of agreements, processes and disputes. Put our experience to good use for your case.

Our practice areas include:

  • Divorce and related family law issues
  • Collaborative and cooperative family law
  • Mediation of family disputes and other conflicts
  • Stepparent adoption
  • Paternity and child support disputes
  • Child custody disputes
  • Pro se self-representation consultation
  • Residential real estate transactions
  • Co-tenancy agreements
  • Marital property agreements
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements

We work directly with families and couples in a constructive manner. Our lawyers focus on finding effective solutions through personalized counsel.

Family Law Resources

Having the right information can help you make wise choices for your life. Our attorneys can coach you through challenging legal situations with a comprehensive approach. The following resources may help you understand the complex nature of your case.

Collaborative Family Law

“Divorce, A Problem to be Solved, Not a Battle to be Fought” By Karen Fagerstrom, published by Brookwood Publishing, 1997.

Website of the Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin:

Website of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals:


“How to Survive the Loss of a Love” By Melba Colgrove, PhD., Harold H. Bloomfield, M.D. & Peter McWilliams, published by Bantam Books, 1977.


“Between Two Worlds”
By Elizabeth Marquart, published by Crown Publishers, 2005.

“The Co-Parenting Survival Guide”
By Elizabeth Thayer, Ph.D. & Jeffery Zimmerman, Ph.D., Published by Harbinger Publications, Inc., 2001

“How to Help Your Child Overcome Your Divorce”
By Elissa P. Benedek, M.D. & Catherine F. Brown, M.Ed., published by New Market Press, 1998.

“Mom’s House, Dad’s House: Making Two Homes for Your Child”
By Isolina Ricci, Ph.D., published by Simon & Schuster, 1997

Review Your Legal Needs Today

Contact Friedrich & Fletcher, S.C., by emailing us or calling 608-258-4660 to speak with an experienced, compassionate attorney regarding your legal matters. Based in Madison, our team is ready to pinpoint opportunities for you.