Faced With Divorce? We Can Help
We know that a divorce is one of the most stressful transitions there can be. Luisa White Law, LLC, can help you navigate your separation and/or divorce. Serving clients throughout Tippecanoe County, our attorneys in Lafayette can assist you with every aspect of your divorce case, especially if there are disputes about parenting time.
Emotions often run high during family law matters and it can be difficult to keep a clear head. We offer compassion to every client and handle each case with diligence and professionalism. We also strive to make sure our actions speak even louder than our words.
We Think About The Details So You Don’t Have To
When faced with a separation or divorce, there is a lot to think about. The decisions you make now will have lasting effects. We have the experience to think ahead of what you will need for your family in the days, weeks, months and years to follow. We help clients with the following issues that may arise during a divorce:
- Requesting or challenging child support
- Requesting or challenging spousal maintenance or alimony
- Fighting for child custody
- Negotiating visitation and parenting time
- Navigating the division of property
Indiana law encourages alternative dispute resolution, especially mediation, to help keep divorce proceedings as efficient and cost-effective as possible. As a result, a lot of divorce cases use mediation to resolve most, if not all, of the issues without going to trial. Our attorneys have extensive experience advocating for our clients in mediation. In addition, we handle cases in which the court has appointed a guardian ad litem (GAL) and Child in Need of Services (CHINS) petitions.
We Fight For Your Rights As A Parent
Every child custody and parenting time case is different. Sometimes there are complicating factors like criminal charges that can affect your rights as a parent. We work to help you resolve child custody issues and negotiate parenting time and visitation for the greatest good of everyone involved.
In Indiana, the law presumes that it is in the child’s best interest to have time with both parents. Our attorneys have a thorough understanding of the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines and can try to make sure you get time with your child.