Experienced Family Law Attorneys 


At Balisle & Roberson, S.C. we are dedicated to providing the highest quality assistance to individuals and families struggling with family law issues.  As the largest firm in the State of Wisconsin dedicated exclusively to family matters, we are uniquely positioned to assist clients with issues that range from the simple to the complex.   Combined, our attorneys have well over 100 years of experience in family law, representing clients from all walks of life.  Our attorneys draw upon their years of experience to protect your and your family’s interest while finding the best possible solutions in a caring, efficient and comprehensive manner.  Because of our size, we can provide a more individualized experience by matching a client’s needs to an attorney best suited to address them.

We address all issues related to divorce, such as pension division and valuation, bankruptcy, tax and life insurance considerations, health insurance coverage and continuation, and planning for a child’s post-high school expenses.   Our attorneys are also particularly skilled in valuation and division of family-held businesses.  Our experience and long-standing relationships with accountants and other business professionals leave us uniquely positioned to properly and fairly address these often complex issues.


What's New


Balisle & Roberson, S.C. has been included on Martindale-Hubbel's list of Wisconsin's Top Rated Lawyers of 2013.

Attorney Linda Balisle was included in the list of the Top 25 Women Wisconsin Super Lawyers  for 2013.

Attorneys Linda Balisle, Linda Roberson, David Joanis and Christopher Krimmer have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 21st Edition of The Best Lawyers in America for 2015.

Attorney Holly Slota was recognized as a Rising Star in Wisconsin Super Lawyers in 2013.

Attorney Christopher Krimmer recently published a commentary in the June 2014 issue of Wisconsin Lawyer entitled "I Blame The Good Wife for My Disappointed Clients." Click here to read the commentary.

Attorney Christopher Krimmer recently presented at the annual Wisconsin Child Support Enforcement Association’s Fall Conference in Cable, Wisconsin.

Click here to view other recent news items.

Walk-In Legal Clinics


Free to the Public - Saturdays at 9:00 a.m.

No current clinics are scheduled. Check back soon for upcoming clinic dates. 

Walk-In Legal Clinics provide information of how to navigate the divorce process and procedures in the Dane County Courthouse. This free Saturday morning walk-in clinic is ideal for people who are representing themselves in a family law action or have questions about divorce law and practice.

Please click here for more information.

Upcoming Seminars

Attorney Christopher Krimmer will be presenting a National Business Institute webcast seminar at the Family Law Conference on the Affordable Care Act and other legal issues impacting Wisconsin families on October 14, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For more information, see National Business Seminars.

Attorney Christopher Krimmer will be speaking at the annual conference of State of Wisconsin Judicial Court Commissioners on October 16, 2014 on the topic of same-sex marriage in Wisconsin.

Attorney Christopher Krimmer will be speaking at the Wisconsin Solo and Small Firm Law Conference in Wisconsin Dells on October 23-24, 2014 on the topic of the evolving realm of family law in Wisconsin.

Click here to view additional upcoming seminars.

Learn More

On July 1, 2014, the new Wisconsin Trust Code took effect. This new law applies to trusts created before, on, or after July 1, 2014.  To read more, click here.

Christopher Krimmer

Listen to Attorney Christopher Krimmer discuss topical family law issues on The Mic 92.1, featured on our Resources page. 

Also visit the Resources page to view Webinars on a wide variety of topics, and articles, publications and other audio recordings authored by the attorneys of Balisle & Roberson, S.C., which include the legal implications of a wide variety of topics ranging from the financial implications of divorce to estate planning to parental alienation syndrome.