If you are considering a divorce (dissolution), you should watch this video for frequently asked questions and what to expect if you file for a divorce in Indiana: Video.
Ciobanu Law attorneys offer quality representation in all aspects of family law, including, but not limited to the following areas:
Antenuptial (Prenuptial) and Postnuptial Agreements.
Adoptions (including International Adoptions).
Dissolutions (Divorce), including Collaborative, Contested, and Non-Contested Dissolutions.
Property Settlements and Distributions (including QDROs).
Paternity, Child Custody, and Child Support, (including modifications).
Domestic Violence and Related Torts.
Protective Orders. If you are the victim of domestic or sexual violence, or stalking or harassing, or you believe you’re your children are in danger of being harmed by someone in your life, you can obtain a protective order. On the other hand, a protective order can adversely affect one’s employment and other fundamental rights. Our attorneys have successfully defended protective orders due to insufficiency of evidence and on other bases.
Appeals / Motion to Correct Errors / Post-Dissolution Proceedings.
Guardian Ad Litem Representation.
Our attorneys also serve as mediators, guardian ad litems, and parenting time coordinators. Our attorneys have experience in representing and serving domestic cases in the following counties: Allen County; Bartholomew County; Benton County; Boone County; Carroll County; Cass County; Clark County; Clay County; Clinton County; Daviess County; Decatur County; DeKalb County; Delaware County; Dubois County; Fayette County; Floyd County; Franklin County; Gibson County; Grant County; Hamilton County; Hancock County; Hendricks County; Henry County; Howard County; Jennings County; Johnson County; Kosciusko County; Lake County; LaPorte County; Madison County; Marion County; Miami County; Monroe County; Montgomery County; Morgan County; Porter County; Pulaski County; Putnam County; Tippecanoe County; Vanderburgh County; Vigo County; Wayne County; Wells County; and White County.
Andrea is a registered domestic mediator, trained parenting coordinator, and trained guardian ad litem. Andrea also serves on the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Family Law Section’s Executive Board. Andrea often speaks and writes on topics of domestic relations, including, but not limited to, mediation, property distribution, paternity, child support, child custody and dissolutions. Andrea worked on the Indiana Supreme Court’s Strategic Initiatives Pilot Project Contract Consultant (2012-2014) which dealt with family law cases. Andrea has also argued domestic relations cases all the way up to the Indiana Supreme Court. In the event that you are facing a custody dispute, paternity action, or divorce with children, you must become familiar with the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines. The Guidelines may be accessed here.