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.
Assisted Reproductive Technology is the term used to describe various medical procedures that are used to assist people in creating their families.
Child support and parenting time are not mutually exclusive. In other words, if a parent with an obligation to pay child support fails to do so, the other parent may not withhold parenting time.
There are a few different ways to establish paternity in Indiana. The first is by signing what is called a paternity affidavit within the first 3 days after a child’s birth.