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How Will Your Divorce Impact Your Children?

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The end of your marriage will certainly have a significant impact on your children. As a parent, your goal is to protect your children from undue emotional stress. At Alcorn, Sage, Schwartz & Magrath LLP, that is our goal as well. Our attorneys work with you to preserve the interests of your child and help you secure visitation, custody and support orders that work for you.

The terms of your negotiated agreement or court order will have a significant impact on your relationship with your children, and it is in your interests to have an experienced attorney working on your behalf during this process. Our experienced lawyers can help you address all your concerns related to custody or child support.

Helping You Address Important Issues

Above all else, the goal of any child custody order is to protect the best interests of your children. As your lawyer, we will fight for your kids’ needs and your parental rights. Whether it is in the courtroom or in negotiations with the other parent, we strive to achieve a fair and reasonable custody order that reflects the objectives of your unique family. Our Indiana family law attorneys are thorough and detail-oriented, seeking positive solutions to the following custody-related concerns:

  • Parenting time
  • Holiday visitation
  • Access to grandparents and extended family members
  • How children will transition from parent to parent
  • Fair child support payments

Unmarried Parents And Child Custody

Divorce is not the only reason to seek a fair custody order. If you were never married to the other biological parent of your children, it is in your interests to draft a custody and parenting plan that protects you and your kids.

Our team pursues fair custody plans, as well as support orders that are reasonable for both parents. The intent of child support is to provide for the needs of the children, but it is important that these orders be reasonable and causing neither party financial strain.

We Care About Your Future

Learn how we can help you pursue a strong post-divorce future by calling our Madison office at 812-801-4760 or send an email to make an appointment for a free case evaluation.