Family Law

Divorce in Indiana doesn’t have to be a traumatic experience. Martha McDermott will assist you with gathering the necessary documents and information to determine your marital estate (including any property or liabilities owned individually or jointly) and give you options on how to divide your assets and debts.

When there are children involved, then custody, parenting time, and child support will also need to be addressed in your divorce proceeding. The best interests of the children are paramount when determining these issues.

Garrison Law Firm, LLC has decades of experience helping clients through the divorce process in a thorough and cost effective manner.

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Martha McDermott

Martha McDermott

Family Law Attorney

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