Welcome to Borns Law Office, LLC
"Ranked as one of the top family and divorce lawyers in Dane County by Madison Magazine."
When it comes to you and your family or business, you need an attorney who takes the time to get to know and to understand the intricacies of your unique situation. Whether you are preparing for the future of your loved ones or experiencing a family or personal crisis, our firm can help you.
Our firm helps families with a wide range of personal and legal issues. Please look at our list of practice areas for more information or call us and we can answer your questions. Our firm handles divorce, child custody and placement, protection of gifted and inherited property, paternity, child support, premarital agreements, collaborative divorce, personal injury, real estate, litigation, and criminal and traffic. We work primarily in Dane County, Wisconsin, but also in Columbia County, Green County, Iowa County, Jefferson County, Rock County, and Sauk County.
Mark Borns has been named by Madison Magazine as one of the top divorce and family lawyers in Dane County and he has been AV Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rated (the top ranking). As an experienced Madison, Wisconsin divorce lawyer, Mark has the ability to help you maintain your dignity while protecting your rights.
Madison Wisconsin Family & Divorce Attorneys
A productive divorce starts with finding the right lawyer and the right divorce process
Divorce and Family Law
Our firm covers a wide range of family law matters including collaborative divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, appeals, legal separation, prenuptial and post nuptial agreements, property division, and more
When a marriage is ending, does it necessarily mean that the divorce must be a lengthy courtroom process? More and more divorcing couples, attorneys, mental health specialists and financial advisors believe there is another, better way
Borns Law Office has handled a wide variety of civil litigation, including consumer protection, contract disputes, tort claims, real estate transactions, collections, and family law. Investigate the facts of the case and analyze the law