Family law is a broad legal area covering everything from marriage issues to child support. While family laws are often similar from state to state, certain areas of the law tend to differ, including marriage age requirements, divorce procedures, and the method by which property is divided in divorce. For example, Wisconsin is a "community property" state, meaning most property acquired in marriage will be split equally in divorce. If you're getting married, filing for divorce, or dealing with any other family issue in Wisconsin, you should first familiarize yourself with the state's family laws. Click on a link below to learn more about Wisconsin family laws.