Carter Legal Services LLC Strategy
FAMILY LAW in Indiana continues to evolve. Whether you are involved in a divorce, paternity, adoption, or guardianship of a minor, or modification of an existing domestic relations order, your attorney needs to not only vigorously advocate your position and goals, but also needs to be flexible and adaptable to what surely will be rapid and continuing changes in Indiana family law.
Erik Carter has been representing clients in Indiana family courts for over 20 years. What this range and depth of experience means for you is an approach to family disputes that seeks to balance the needs and goals of the present situation with the fact that every party, child or relative involved have to still be involved with each other possibly for a decade or more.
This approach and the experience of litigating during 2 decades of extraordinary changes and advancements in how Indiana courts view family and family relationships helps to develop a strategy that includes and transcends what is happening now to envision what must happen as your family changes.
Carter Legal Services LLC is well experienced in all aspects of these areas mentioned above representing all parents in divorce, paternity, adoption and guardianship actions. In addition to seeking initial orders in these areas, there are also the questions of modifying existing orders to accommodate changes in the family situation as well as proper review of child support, college expenses, special needs children and so on. Whether or not your case involves a traditional family or a same sex family, the ramifications of this recent evolution of Indiana law will affect your situation. Your advocate in court and in negotiations must be willing and able to adapt to what we expect to be a new analysis of families and family needs. You can schedule a one hour strategy consultation using the convenient and secure CONTACT page. This consultation can be at one of our several locations throughout central Indiana or via telephone. We can accommodate your need for discretion in arranging this meeting..