Heidi Nepscha

Associate Attorney

Madison divorce attorney Heidi Nepscha

Madison divorce attorney Heidi Nepscha has practiced many different areas of law during her career. She has chosen to focus on family law because of her desire to help protect children from the devastation of divorce.

“I understand the struggles and limitations laypeople face when navigating the legal and judicial process, interpreting applicable laws and processing the overwhelming information,” Ms. Nepscha said. “My goal is to help minimize the stress, manage my clients’ expectations and emotions, and to achieve the best possible result for their family.”

Ms. Nepscha’s empathetic nature helps her build a personal connection with her clients. When she takes on a case, she truly cares about ensuring that her client’s perspective is presented fairly and accurately.

“Cordell & Cordell’s commitment to developing the relationship between their clients and attorneys really provides me the flexibility and resources to build a rapport with my clients and to work on their case with competence and diligence from anywhere at any time,” she said.

Licenses & Admissions

Ms. Nepscha is licensed to practice in Wisconsin.

Education

Ms. Nepscha earned her juris doctor from Northern Illinois University College of Law and spent a summer abroad in France and Spain studying the European Union, civil code and comparative law at the University of Bordeaux-Montesquieu IV. She received her bachelor’s degree in Literary and Critical Studies with a minor in Political Science with a pre-law emphasis.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Nepscha provided legal services to crime victims, primarily family law, civil litigation and criminal justice support. She also previously practiced corporate, insurance, tax, entertainment, contract, bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and consumer debt law.

Associations

  • 2015 Wisconsin Pro Bono Honor Society
  • State Bar of Wisconsin, Young Lawyers Division

Awards

  • 2016 Belle Case La Follette Award bestowed by the Wisconsin Law Foundation for providing representation to underserved and marginalized populations.