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“Life will break you. Nobody can protect you from that, and living alone won’t either, for solitude will also break you with its yearning. You have to love. You have to feel. It is the reason you are here on earth. You are here to risk your heart.” 
― Louise Erdrich, The Painted Drum

Divorce, a journey that can feel like navigating uncharted waters of the heart, is often marked by emotional turbulence, uncertainty, and profound change. Yet, within this upheaval lies an opportunity for growth, resilience, and a deeper understanding of oneself. At Wysocki Law, we provide guidance, support, and resources to help you navigate this challenging chapter with courage and compassion.

We understand that most divorcing spouses will benefit from an out of court process, supported by a curated team of professionals. We know that equipped with the right information and supporting professionals, divorcing spouses are well positioned to discover durable solutions that best serve their unique families. 

Our preferred process for handling divorces is collaborative, or at least cooperative. At a minimum, we encourage our clients to encourage their spouses to retain collaboratively trained attorneys. We find that engaging collaboratively trained attorneys reduces the financial and emotional toll of divorce, while empowering families to creatively plan and problem solve.

If you are interested in learning about the collaborative or cooperative divorce process, contact us to schedule your consultation now.

A black woman and her young daughter embrace as she prepares for a divorce and is represented by Wysocki Law

Our philosophy of divorce

Respectful divorce sets families up to thrive post-divorce.

Peaceful divorce empowers families to find creative solutions that work for everyone - parents, kids, extended family and community.

Choosing a collaboratively trained attorney for each spouse results in a divorce process that resembles peace, not war.

Peace is profitable; conflict is expensive.

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Get the answers you're seeking

Do you have questions about divorce?  Call us.  We can answer your questions about peaceful divorce, collaborative divorce and more.

Most divorcing couples can achieve a peaceful divorce.

When both spouses, together, decide to divorce peacefully, the divorcing couple can keep their personal issues and information private, and the costs lower. 


They can choose a supportive process that empowers the them to make their own informed decisions, in furtherance of the long-term well-being of their family in two homes.

You may have heard horror stories about vicious courtroom battles where families are traumatized and kids' college savings are squandered on attorney fees. Most divorcing couples do not need to go through that.

Wysocki Law is here to guide our clients through a peaceful divorce process to a healthy outcome and a hopeful start to a new life.

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What Our Clients Are Saying

"Cindy truly has a one of a kind, compassionate and honest heart. She is non-judgmental and understanding."

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