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Common Divorce Issues People Face in Fort Wayne
Sometimes we hear the question: “So how does a typical divorce case go?” While we understand that most divorces share the same types of issues, there is no such thing as a “typical divorce.” The fact is everyone has their own set of circumstances, which means no two divorce cases will play out exactly the same. Of course, divorce is the same in that every case is designed to end with the dissolution of the marriage, but divorce cases can also include many other types of issues that must be resolved, including:
Property Division – every divorce will include important decisions about dividing the couple’s property, but there are many factors that will play a part in how this is done. We ensure that you receive the fair amount to which you are legally entitled.
Child Custody – while all aspects of divorce can be difficult, perhaps the toughest is deciding the custody of your children. We will weigh all the options and help you determine what custody situation is best for your case.
Child Support – anytime one parent ends up being the custodial parent, there is a chance that the non-custodial parent will be ordered to pay child support. We make sure that the amount of child support is determined accurately and fairly.
Spousal Support – many divorce cases involve one spouse paying spousal support (also known as spousal maintenance or alimony) to the other. There are many different aspects and guidelines that go into determining spousal support and every divorce is unique.
Visitation/Parenting Time – even if one parent ends up with full legal custody, in almost all instances the other parent is still entitled to visitation rights or parenting time. We will help ensure that the right parameters are set up for your parenting time circumstances.
Mediation – We also help with mediation, which is required by Indiana law. Through mediation we help our clients try to reach an acceptable compromise in order to avid a lengthier and more expensive trial process.