Divorce, Custody & Family Law
Family law is one of the most emotional areas in the legal world; so when issues concerning asset protection, high asset divorce, spousal maintenance, custody, adoption, paternity, and business valuation arise, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. In a divorce, questions like, “How long does the divorce process take?” and “Do we have to go in front of a judge?” can be daunting. Concerns before getting married, such as, “Should we get a prenuptial agreement?” are equally intimidating. Not to mention the tension and questions surrounding adoption. In these highly contentious and sensitive situations, clear decision-making can be difficult.
At BB&C, our family lawyers believe in confidence and assertiveness, and are dedicated to working on your behalf. We represent clients in divorce and marriage dissolution, parenting time, child support, post-secondary educational expenses, emancipation, protective orders, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and grandparent rights. Throughout the legal process, our lawyers regularly advise what constitutes a fair and equitable division of property under Indiana law. We also help form parenting plans and calculate appropriate support.
Additionally, our adoption attorneys are passionate about growing families, and can navigate you through the proceedings from paperwork to parenthood. Because we understand each case and family is unique, we conduct thorough consultations and answer any and all questions before offering objective guidance.
We’re straightforward. We stay in touch. And, we’re committed to serving you well. More importantly, we are determined to guide you through the courts toward a positive outcome. We can ease your anxiety and take on your concerns so you can focus on what matters most—your family.
Send us a message or call us at 765-742-9066 to speak with a family law attorney today.
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