Divorce with Children

Hendricks Co. Divorce Attorney Makes Divorce Easier on Children and Families

Divorce can be the hardest time of a person’s life. There are so many difficult matters to deal with: managing the separation of assets and property, splitting up households, and, of course, determining the custody of children. Divorce can bring both heartache and freedom to divorcing couples, and a lot of what happens depends upon the legal counsel you choose to represent you during this difficult time. By contacting Indiana Divorce Lawyer James L. Lowry, you can rest assured that your family, and your children, are in capable hands.

Divorce in the State of Indiana

Not only does the court dissolve the marriage, but it will also divide property, make orders regarding child custody and visitation, and determine whether there should be child and spousal support and determine payments. No matter the divorce situation, whether an amicable, uncontested divorce or a bitterly contested courtroom battle, it is crucial to consider the welfare of children involved, first and foremost. As an Indianapolis, Indiana family law attorney for over 40 years, James L. Lowry always takes into consideration the needs of the children involved in a divorce, and he supports his clients in making the best decisions about the care of their children.

What He Can Do For You

Indiana Family Attorney James L. Lowry has helped countless residents of Indianapolis and the surrounding areas dissolve their marriages and provide many services, including:

  • Filing for Separation
  • Filing for dissolution of marriage
  • Child custody and visitation
  • Child support
  • Spousal support
  • Property division
  • Settlement agreements
  • Divorce Agreement Modification
  • Property valuation
  • High Net Worth Divorce
  • Grandparents’ Rights

Attorney Lowry always hopes that agreements can be made and matters negotiated and settled outside of court. If both parties agree on all of the matters relating to the marriage’s end, an agreement is prepared and filed with the court, and there is no court appearance required. However, if matters are not easily resolved outside of court, temporary orders must address child or spousal support and child custody, and either a court hearing will be held, or a trial before a judge may become necessary. Attorney Lowy tries to avoid this where possible, and always does everything he can to make the process as stress-free on your family, and your children, as is possible.

Call Today

Make all of this easier on your children: contact Indiana Divorce Lawyer James L. Lowry at his office in Danville at (317)745-4408 to discuss your plans to dissolve your marriage.