Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana Family Attorney
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.
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