Don’t Rush Your Divorce at the Cost of a Fair Property Settlement

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Category : Divorce/Family Law
28 - Jul - 2015

More and more people look to the internet when they are going through divorce for advice. There is nothing wrong with that. However, it is important to remember that statutes and case law that govern divorce differ from state to state, and there are even different rules from county to county in the State of Indiana. We believe that people going through divorce are better-off if they have an advocate on their side. Our attorneys will advise you regarding a fair property settlement. We certainly don’t encourage needless litigation, but we do believe that an experienced attorney should review one of the most important documents you will ever sign. And, we don’t want you to look back on your divorce property settlement five (5) years down the road with regret that you gave your ex-spouse too much property because you didn’t want to hire an attorney or just wanted to put the divorce behind you.There is no doubt that the process of divorce can be an unpleasant experience.  

For that reason, it is not uncommon for some people to want to rush through the process.  At Halcomb Singler we understand that putting a divorce behind you means that you can start moving on with rebuilding your life.  Our divorce attorneys don’t want you to spend $1,000.00 on attorney fees to fight over a $100.00 asset.  But, we also don’t want you to make a hasty decision and agree to a one-sided property settlement so that you can put your divorce behind you.

An attorney has been through this process before and knows how a court is likely to rule in your case according to the law.  An attorney is not the one going through your divorce, so he or she can have some perspective that will help them to provide you with an unbiased opinion.  And, an attorney can review your property settlement agreement to make sure that you are going to obtain a reasonable amount of property and assets in your case.  Your divorce attorney should be someone you trust.   And, if you don’t it is probably time to find a new lawyer.

If you are going through a divorce in Boone, Marion, or Hamilton County Indiana, Halcomb Singler can help.  Call for your consultation today at (317) 575-8222.  There is a $200.00 fee to meet with our divorce attorney for a review of your case.  Get the perspective that you need with an expert opinion in Indiana law.