When You Have A Lot To Lose, We Have A Lot To Offer
Recognized Lawyers In Family Law — Committed To Excellence, Discretion And Integrity In The Practice Of Family Law
Our team of attorneys is fully committed to finding the right solution for each of our clients. We have a caring, professional staff that is committed to safeguarding your interests and protecting your rights. When you need creative, capable and caring legal solutions, you can count on us.
We have earned a reputation throughout Indiana as distinguished family law attorneys. We continually strive for excellence in the representation of our clients. Among our attorneys are Fellows of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Certified Family Law Specialists – Family Law Certification Board, registered family law mediators and attorneys trained in the practice of collaborative law.
We have the knowledge, experience and compassion to help resolve your family law matters in a way so as to maximize results and minimize the stress inevitably involved in such matters.
Readily Available And Responsive Service
When you contact us with questions or concerns, we will get back in touch with you promptly. It is our goal to make sure that you understand the legal process and that you make informed decisions about any legal action we take on your behalf. It is your life and your future that we are dealing with, and we make every effort to achieve optimal results for your specific situation.
Our divorce and family law clients include:
- Two-income families — dividing one household into two
- Single-income families with one at-home spouse
- High-income couples with significant assets
- High-profile clients seeking to resolve matters with discretion
- Men seeking fathers’ rights and parents seeking to establish paternity
- Business owners needing complex property division
- People seeking prenuptial agreements and separation agreements
- People seeking to modify custody or child support orders
- Parents seeking to relocate with children as well as those seeking to prevent a child’s relocation