Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana Legal Services
Indiana Criminal Law, Bankruptcy Law, and Family Law Experts
As an Indianapolis attorney, Terrence P. Kirby, understands that the law affects people in many different ways. This is why we are happy to count amongst our ranks some of the best Indiana attorneys specializing in various areas of the law. Terrence P. Kirby has 31 years experience in representing person charged with Criminal Offenses, Bankruptcy Law, and Family Law. Here are only a few of the services that you can rely on The Law Office of Terrence Kirby to perform to your entire satisfaction:
Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana Criminal Defense Attorney
If you have been accused of a crime, whether a first-time marijuana possession charge, armed robbery, or a drug dealing charge, you are likely facing significant penalties. Indiana law enforcement and prosecutors are aggressive in pursuing crimes, and will put extensive effort and resources into charging, convicting and jailing offenders.
At The Law Office of Terrence P. Kirby we offer criminal defense representation based on our extensive trial experience, proven success and comprehensive knowledge of Indiana drug laws. Attorney Kirby aggressively represents clients and pursues strategies designed to get charges reduced or dropped and to minimize penalties.
Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana Bankruptcy Attorney
For over thirty years, Attorney Terrence P. Kirby has worked diligently and successfully for Indiana residents in need of legal assistance.
We have helped thousands of clients avoid foreclosure and repossession and reduce their other debts. Our experienced team fully understands the complexities of Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 bankruptcy law, and can help you protect your property, reduce your debts and bring your finances under control.
At The Law Office of Terrence P. Kirby, we understand that debt can overwhelm and take over your life. Many people file for bankruptcy every day. It is a safe and responsible way to get out of debt. Attorney Terrence P. Kirby bankruptcy lawyer can help you get a fresh start.
When you call The Law Office of Terrence P. Kirby, you'll find our professional, courteous staff ready to make a potentially difficult time as easy on you and your family as possible. Please call our office today at 317-923-2777 for your FREE CONSULTATION. Whatever your legal needs may be, when you work with Attorney Terrence P. Kirby, you can be confident that you're working with experienced professionals.
Bankruptcy allows you to keep your home and car. Bankruptcy gives you options for catching up on delinquent home and car payments or gives you time to decide if you do not want to keep the property.
Bankruptcy wipes out debt that you cannot repay. At the end of a successful bankruptcy case, the court issues an order that states your debts (subject to exceptions) are discharged or wiped out. You do not have to repay those debts after you receive the discharge order, and creditors are prohibited by law from collecting on those debts.
First Bankruptcy Benefit: Eliminating debt.
Second Bankruptcy Benefit: Protecting people from their creditors.
1- Eliminating Debt.
It is possible to eliminate debt in both in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Which one provides you with more relief depends on many factors, including your income, and the value of the assets you own.
2- Protecting your sanity and property from creditors.
If you are filing for bankruptcy, you want to make sure that you are protecting your assets. A proper selection of the type of bankruptcy is critical to accomplish this task.
We take pride in educating our clients about various bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy options
- Foreclosures and Loan Modifications
- Stopping Garnishments
- Stopping Lawsuits
- Resolving some Tax Debt
- Keep your Home
- Keep your Car
Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Child Support, Emancipation, and Child Custody Issues
Child support, emancipation of an eligible child, and child custody concerns arise and are resolved initially in divorce and paternity cases, but they often reappear as a child grows, requiring additional visits to Indiana family court. An initial child custody order may need to change to accommodate a teenager who wants to live with the other parent, or a parent who wants additional visitation. An initial child support order may need to be modified if a parent gets a significant raise or experiences a job loss. Attorney Terrence Kirby can stand by his clients throughout their child's growing years, and can be available to assist when a modification of a court child custody order, emancipation of an eligible child, or a change in child support is needed.
Non-Contested Divorce from $425.00 plus filing fee
In Indiana a Non-Contested Divorce tends to be the quickest, least expensive, and least complicated way to divorce. A non-contested divorce is a cost effective way to work through the divorce process, however, you and your spouse must work together and negotiate the terms of the divorce. If there are minor children involved, both spouses will likely have to attend a parenting class. The divorce is usually final within 2 to 3 months from the filing of the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Call to speak with Terrence Kirby, an Indianapolis non-contested divorce attorney today.