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When choosing a divorce lawyer, you should always consider the facts of your particular case. For example, if your case involves child-custody issues, then you should look for someone with experience advocating for children.
An appropriately drafted premarital or prenuptial agreement will override typical property division rules in divorce.
In a divorce case, the main benefit of litigation is obtaining assistance from a judge when you are unable to resolve an issue by agreement with your spouse.
Parties to a divorce can agree to mediate their case, but family courts can also order parties to participate in mediation.
In nearly every case – even very difficult and high-conflict cases – it is better to mediate a child-related case than take it to court.
Absolutely. In Indiana there are two types of child custody: legal custody and physical custody.
Children do not always split their time 50/50 between homes during and after divorce.