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Few people will tell you that divorce is easy. Through the process, you must address the division of property you acquired during your marriage. Plus, there are issues regarding the care and support of minor children. Where spousal support may be appropriate for one party, it may be necessary for you to either request alimony – or contest it depending on the circumstances. The proceedings also take an emotional toll, as you may face an uncertain future.
At the Bellinger Law Office in Fort Wayne, Indiana, our attorneys empathize with your situation, which is why we make it a priority to take the stress off your shoulders. We have the experience in court, as well as the in-depth knowledge of Indiana’s complicated divorce laws to ensure protection of your legal rights. Our lawyers can help you negotiate with your spouse where an agreement on divorce issues is possible, but we will take the battle to court if necessary.
Every divorce case is different, but there are certain issues that most couples will need to address and resolve before concluding the dissolution of the marriage process in Indiana. In addition to any specific needs based upon your unique situation, the Bellinger legal team will assist with:
Indiana law requires divorcing couples to go through the mediation process to resolve certain types of disputes. In these proceedings, you and your spouse will meet with an experienced mediator who is trained to facilitate productive conversations about areas of disagreement. Through our representation in mediation matters, we can assist you in coming to an acceptable compromise with your spouse – often in situations where you thought agreement would not be possible. Mediation can help you avoid costly, protracted litigation in court.
If you are considering divorce in Indiana, please contact the Bellinger Law Firm in Fort Wayne to discuss your circumstances. We can schedule a consultation to explain your options or answer your divorce-related questions.
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