Helping People Across Indiana With Their Dissolution
Dissolution, also referred to as dissolution, occurs when a marriage is legally terminated. Indiana dissolution law governs all matters concerning legal separation, child custody, parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance and equitable distribution. When spouses decide to move forward with a dissolution, there is often immense conflict and emotional trauma, especially when children are involved. For this reason, it is advisable that any person considering dissolution speak with a skilled Indiana dissolution attorney. A family law attorney can inform the person of his/her legal options, provide guidance and protect the person’s rights.
At Cress Law Group PC, our family law attorney helps clients across Northern Indiana with all aspects of their dissolution. We will aggressively protect your interests and work to help you get the best possible outcome. You can schedule your consultation at our Angola office at 260-200-5727.
The Requirements For Filing For An Indiana Dissolution
In 1973, the Indiana legislature abolished the existing fault-based grounds for dissolution. A vast majority of all dissolutions cite an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage as the grounds for a dissolution.
Before a person can file for dissolution, he/she must meet specific Indiana residency requirements. A spouse may seek a dissolution in Indiana if they have been a resident of an Indiana county for three immediately before they file for dissolution. Military members who are stationed at a military installation for three months immediately before filing for dissolution.
Let Us Handle Everything Related To Your Dissolution
Our attorney offers comprehensive dissolution representation for every issue that can arise in your case. From child custody to asset division, we will be by your side throughout the process. You can get answers to your questions by scheduling your first meeting at our Angola office.