What Are the Essential Documents in a Comprehensive Indianapolis Estate Plan?

Your estate plan, even a simple one, can save your loved ones time and stress and give you peace of mind in how your affairs are handled. There are many documents that can make up an estate plan, and these vary based on individual needs. However, there are several common documents in a strong and comprehensive estate plan. A skilled Indianapolis estate planning attorney can help you decide what documents will most benefit you. Last Will and Testament A will is a foundational document of a basic or a comprehensive estate plan, as it enables you to distribute your assets

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How to Secure a Safe Child Custody Arrangement After Domestic Violence in Indiana

It’s difficult to create a child custody plan, and proceedings tend to be emotionally charged. The complexities increase with the presence of domestic violence. The victim can fear retaliation and recurring abuse, while the children involved may fear the future, wondering what will happen to them and the victimized parent. In these types of cases, an Indianapolis or Fort Wayne child custody lawyer can help. Understanding Child Custody in Indiana With child custody, there are a number of options available to the parents. Arrangements usually fall into one of these categories: One parent receives sole legal custody and sole physical

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The Basics of Prenuptial Agreements in Indianapolis

A prenuptial agreement, called a premarital agreement in Indiana, is a contract entered into by a couple prior to their marriage. The agreement becomes enforceable after they are married. Although there are significant financial and personal benefits to creating a prenuptial agreement, it is not always easy to discuss. It’s important to protect the rights of both parties, and this is easiest to do with the guidance of an Indianapolis prenuptial attorney. A prenuptial agreement can establish the property rights of both spouses throughout their marriage and in the event of a divorce. These are difficult conversations to have, but

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Stange Law Firm, PC Opens Divorce & Family Law Office in Fort Wayne, Indiana in Allen County

FORT WAYNE, In. – February 21, 2024 – Stange Law Firm is excited to announce the opening of its 26th divorce and family law office located in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The multi-state divorce and family law firm’s new office will be located at 110 E. Wayne St., Suite 1236, Fort Wayne, IN 46802 in Allen County, Indiana. Opening on March 18, 2024, this new office location will serve as the firm’s second family law office in Indiana, following Stange Law Firm’s Indianapolis family law office which opened in 2023. The Fort Wayne, Indiana divorce lawyers currently operate additional offices in Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Oklahoma,

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What Questions Are Important to Ask a Family Lawyer?

Family law cases can significantly affect your life, so it is essential to select legal support that is effective, communicative, and experienced. It is easier to find a good Indianapolis family law attorney when you understand the crucial questions that can help determine an attorney’s criteria and skill. You want to ensure that an attorney handling such a sensitive case has the general legal knowledge and the specific experience needed for your unique case. The area of family law covers many types of cases, such as divorce, paternity, spousal support, child custody, property division, adoption, and order modification. Finding a

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A Guide to Child Custody in Indianapolis

The Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines set forth a model for child custody and parenting time. This can be used in these determinations and adjusted to each family’s individual needs and wishes. Whether you and your co-parent are working outside of court to create a parenting plan or are advocating for your needs with a family law judge, you want an Indianapolis child custody attorney by your side. An attorney can help walk you through the custody determination process and make it less stressful. Family courts, based on the state’s guidelines, assume that it is in the child’s interests to have

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McLean County: Bloomington, IL
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Kansas family law offices located in:

Johnson County: Overland Park, KS
Sedgwick County: Wichita, KS
Shawnee County: Topeka, KS