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Compassionate Indiana Family Law Attorneys

At Stein Law Firm we provide a wide range of family law services including divorce, child support and child custody arrangements from our offices in New Albany and Clarksville.

Family Law Services We Provide

  • Uncontested Divorce
  • Divorce
    • Division of Martial Property
    • Child Custody
    • Child Support
    • Parenting Time/Visitation
  • Modifications
    • Child Support
    • Custody
    • Parenting Time/Visitation
  • Prenuptial Agreements
  • Cohabitation Agreements
  • Grandparent Visitation
  • Establishment of Paternity
  • Birth Certificate Amendments
  • Third-Party Custody
  • Child Support Establishment
  • Child Support Modification

FAQ’s

Going through a divorce is one of the most difficult things a person can experience. Part of the difficulty is all the uncertainty. Who will get custody of the kids? Do I have to sell my house? What happens to my retirement account? These are all common questions people thinking about divorce have. Thinking about how your martial assets will be divided such as your home, cash, retirement plans and debts can be overwhelming.

The attorneys at Stein Law are here to guide you through this difficult process and minimize the impact it will have on your life. Whether you want to file for divorce, or your spouse already has, we can help you get the process started and walk you through it step by step, so you know what to expect ahead of time. Our attorneys provide the kind and compassionate legal services you deserve at a time like this.

One of the first questions you may have when looking for an attorney is the cost and how payment works. For family law cases, Stein Law charges an hourly rate, with a retainer due up front. The retainer is case specific, and represents the attorney’s best estimate of the least amount of time that will be required to bring the matter to resolution. Should the case continue beyond that amount of hours, your attorney will stay in close communication with you, notifying you well ahead of time should additional payment be needed. Stein Law is completely transparent in this process. At anytime you can ask to see an itemized list of where your retainer funds have gone, so you know where every dollar you have paid has gone.

Call now to speak with a member of our team and receive a retainer estimate.

When meeting with the attorney the first time for a family law matter, we conduct a one-hour consultation. Any legal advice given is commitment free. Upon conclusion, should you wish to hire Stein Law to represent you, the consult fee you paid is simply deducted from the retainer amount.

A modification is simply a situation wherein a party involved wishes to change the arrangement set forth in a divorce decree or custody order as relates to children. This can be regarding child support, custody, visitation or parenting time.

In some circumstances, a property division set for in a martial settlement decree can be also modified, but only with agreement from the other party. Otherwise, modifications to divorce settlements (except for issues involving the children) is rare.

A prenuptial agreement is a document that two individuals sign prior to getting married that concerns the ownership of their assets when their marriage ends due to death or divorce. A prenuptial agreement is a common document amongst soon to be married couples who wish to ensure a harmonious marriage. At Stein Law we can tailor your prenuptial agreement to fit your needs.

A cohabitation agreement is a form of legal agreement reached between a couple who have chosen to live together, but not get married. At Stein Law we’re here to answer any questions you might have about this process and work to create a document that meets your needs.

Grandparents do have rights to see their grandchildren in some circumstances. There’s also times where a third-party can establish the right to have custody of a child. Stein Law attorneys can advise you whether you have grounds to request a Court order to see your grandchildren.

Services Available in English & Spanish

If you have further questions about the legal process or the options available to you, we encourage you to schedule a consultation at our firm.

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