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Family Law

Legal issues regarding your family can be emotional and highly sensitive. Parties to a family law case must protect their personal rights and interests, while also preserving important relationships and limiting unnecessary conflict. Whether you are dealing with a marital separation, a disagreement over your children, or any other family-related matter, it is imperative that you seek professional legal representation. We will apply our legal skills and years of experience to protect your best interests at every turn possible. Our legal team has a network of experts including psychologists, financial experts and counselors available to help you address your family law needs, relating to:

  • Divorce and dissolution
  • Military divorce
  • High-asset divorce
  • Property division
  • Business valuation
  • Child custody
  • Grandparent visitation
  • Alimony
  • Custody concerns of unmarried parents
  • Modification and relocation
  • Adoption; including stepparent and relative adoptions

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Family Law
Attorneys in Indianapolis

Would a much-needed divorce be a good thing for you? Do you need to respond to divorce papers that have been served on you? Are you in need of child support ordered by the court? Is it your intention to establish your parental rights to a child born out of wedlock? You need a family lawyer in Indianapolis to aggressively defend your interests. Call today

family law

Family law is a specialized field of law that deals specifically with domestic relationships and family matters. In general, family law involves a division of civil and criminal court cases.

Divorce Attorney

irst and foremost, divorce cases are about the lives of the people involved. Divorce means permanent changes for both spouses and children, which leaves many important issues to address.

Adoption Attorney

Adoption can be a difficult and frustrating process. Our Indiana adoption attorneys provide cost-effective, affordable, and efficient adoption solutions to your adoption needs.

Child Custody

Child custody can be decided between the parties through a separation agreement, parenting agreement or consent order.
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