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Hamilton County Family Law Attorney Experienced In Indiana Divorce Issues

Indiana Family Law Firm Offers Options for Struggling Families

If you family is facing family law issues including divorce, you are probably wondering about where to start. Here are some basics:

Divorce in Indiana

Regarding residency, at least one of the parties must have been a resident of the state or stationed at a U.S. military installation within Indiana for a minimum of six months prior to filing for divorce. The parties are not required to have married in the state of Indiana to file for divorce there, and most cases are filed in the county in which the filing spouse lives.

Indiana is an equitable property division state, meaning that each spouse owns the income he earns during the marriage and also has the right to retain any property that is in his name alone. But whose name is on what property is not the only deciding factor – Indiana judges will start with a presumption that property will be divided equally, but after listening to arguments from both spouses, will ultimately divide the property in the way he considers most fair, but not necessarily equal.

Vanessa López Aguilera offers viable divorce and family law options to Hamilton County, Indiana families. Contact her online or call (317) 634-9484 to schedule your consultation.


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