The emotional turmoil of a divorce is never easy, and the related legal matters can be complex.
The Law Offices of Nancy Moore Tiller & Associates can help you get through what may be the most challenging time of your life, so that you can focus on moving forward with your life.
If you’re going through a divorce, you have a lot weighing on your mind and the difficult issues of child custody, property division, and spousal support are too much for you to bear alone. The emotional stress can cloud otherwise sound judgment, and your spouse’s lawyer may use this to take advantage of you. At Nancy Moore Tiller & Associates, we negotiate aggressively to protect your rights and get you the best possible terms and settlement. Should your case go to court, we aggressively defend your interests.
As part of our service, we can:
- Help you to resolve child custody and visitation disputes/issues
- Negotiate child support and spousal support payments
- Fight to keep your parental rights intact
- Negotiate the division of marital assets and property
- Review any existing prenuptial agreements
Mediation vs Litigation
In some cases, spouses work out divorce terms on their own, while others require mediation. Divorce mediation means both spouses meet with and make the decisions with a mediator present. If terms cannot be agreed upon in mediation, then litigation in court may be required. In this case, the spouses must abide by the decisions of the court.
OTHER FACTORS TO BE RESOLVED IN A DIVORCE
Child Custody and Visitation – Child custody refers to both the practical and legal rights over children, including where they will live and who makes the decisions regarding matters of educations, health, and safety.
Child Support – Following a divorce, it will be determined how much child support will be paid and by which parent. The law requires that both of the parents share responsibility of raising the child up to at least the age of 19.
Maintenance and Spousal Support – This refers to the support one spouse pays the other in a divorce. This is determined by the needs of the spouse to pay as ordered by the Court.
Property Settlement – This includes dividing all property, money, assets, and debts that were accumulated during the course of the marriage.
The divorce lawyer you choose can make a huge difference in your settlement. We have a proven track record of helping families through tough times. We’re proud of our commitment over the years to helping families in Indiana communities including Lake County, Porter County, and Jasper County.
Call or Email Nancy Moore Tiller & Associates today and speak to a compassionate lawyer who will defend your legal needs and concerns aggressively in the courts.
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