A Same-Sex Marriage Attorney Can Protect Your Rights
Recently, the law banning same-sex marriage was found to be unconstitutional and overturned. Now same-sex couples are free to be married and same-sex marriages from other states are recognized in Indiana.
As these unions and relationships are now legally formalized and recognized by the state, these couples may sometimes face family law issues. At Cross Glazier Reed Burroughs, PC, our attorneys are skilled family law professionals, and we understand the additional complexities that same-sex marriage can bring. We will provide you with the legal answers and solutions you need that are tailored to your specific situation, including cohabitation agreements, prenuptial agreements for same-sex unions, divorce, and same-sex marriage and second parent adoptions.
If you are a same-sex couple looking for knowledgeable and experienced representation in Indianapolis, call us today for an initial consultation with a same-sex marriage lawyer at 317-669-9134 or toll free at 800-461-7459 . You may also email us, and we will reply shortly.
Same-Sex Parent Adoptions
For many same-sex couples, adoption is the most practical way of starting a family. This can be a lengthy, yet rewarding process. Our attorneys are committed to assisting you in creating these relationships and completing the process as efficiently as possible, whether you are seeking a domestic adoption or a second or stepparent adoption.
Same-Sex Divorce And Property Division
If you are seeking a divorce from your spouse, we will help you navigate the steps of separating your lives and dividing your property. Our attorneys have decades of experience in family law and are committed to helping you protect your future and your financial situation through practical legal strategies.
Estate planning is crucial at both the beginning and end of a relationship. When you get married, estate planning can help to protect your assets from probate, outline your medical wishes, and ensure that your spouse is taken care of when you pass. When you divorce, don’t overlook the importance of updating your estate plan. You will likely need to revise it to reflect changes in your desired beneficiaries and power of attorney, and asset distribution.