The Experience You Need In A Contested Divorce
The amount of stress and fear involved in a divorce is heightened when the matter is contested. The proceedings can quickly become more negative if you choose the wrong attorney. You want a lawyer who does not bring unnecessary distress to the table.
As you pursue your contested divorce, I can provide the counsel and support you need. My firm, Cindy L. Kenworthy, P.C., has helped countless client. I fully understand what you’re going through. Regardless of the circumstances that brought you to this point, I am dedicated to protecting your rights. Having a trusted, experienced attorney on your side is an invaluable asset. With more than 30 years of experience in Indiana, I can be trusted with your family concerns.
Building Your Case To Secure Your Interests
A contested divorce is one in which both spouses cannot agree on certain terms. This can naturally be the source of greater complications and you may be concerned that you will lose out on valuable assets.
If you’re not sure where to begin when going through a contested divorce, there are several important aspects to consider, including:
- Property division: As an equitable division state, Indiana considers each spouse the owner and ‘manager’ of any property solely in their name. During a divorce, however, the court will determine the most just way to distribute the property. If you disagree, you and your attorney can argue differently.
- Child custody: The involvement of children can make for some difficult decisions. The court hopes to promote joint custody arrangements, if possible. In the end, the courts will make decisions with the child’s best interests in mind.
- Child support: Indiana’s divorce laws necessitate the need for child support by both spouses. The exact amount will be determined by the court, taking into account various income and assets.
There is a lot to consider when dissolving your marriage and the proceedings of a divorce can cloud your thinking. By retaining me, you can secure the best for your future.
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Contact my firm Cindy L. Kenworthy, P.C. by calling 317-762-7105 to learn more about how I can help you.