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Divorce in Indiana: Mediation vs. Litigation

Getting divorced is rarely an amicable process. Often, one spouse feels wronged by the other and is unwilling to work together to work through the terms of the divorce settlement. This is particularly true if the marriage did not have an existing prenuptial agreement where these terms would have already been discussed prior to walking … Continue reading “Divorce in Indiana: Mediation vs. Litigation”

What Are My Rights After Being Arrested for Drunk Driving in Indiana?

If you’ve been pulled over and arrested for drunk driving in the state of Indiana, you may be feeling scared as to what your future holds. When you get arrested, you feel powerless, as if you’ve lost all of your rights as a citizen. Thankfully, however, you haven’t yet been convicted of a crime and … Continue reading “What Are My Rights After Being Arrested for Drunk Driving in Indiana?”

Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy for Indiana Business Owners

If you’re a business owner in the state of Indiana who’s trying to stay afloat or trying to close your business as fast and painlessly as possible, filing for bankruptcy might be a smart route to take. Depending on the size of your business and the situation you’re in, the type of bankruptcy you file … Continue reading “Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy for Indiana Business Owners”

How to File Bankruptcy in Vigo County, Indiana

If you are deeply in debt and are finding it challenging to even make ends meet at home, bankruptcy could be a good option for you and your family. However, it isn’t as simple as declaring bankruptcy and having your debts disappear.  There are many things that you’ll need to do before your debts can … Continue reading “How to File Bankruptcy in Vigo County, Indiana”

Can a Drunk Driving Charge Affect a Child Custody Case?

When you are in the middle of a child custody dispute, and either you or your child’s other parent is arrested on a drunk driving charge, it can have a significant impact on your child custody case.  Fortunately, our attorneys at Rowdy G. Williams Law Firm focus on both family law and criminal law, giving … Continue reading “Can a Drunk Driving Charge Affect a Child Custody Case?”

What Senior Citizens Need to Know About Bankruptcy

If you’re a senior citizen and you’ve been retired from your job for a while, you may have some financial stress from unexpected health care costs or other living expenses. Although a retirement plan and social security benefits are supposed to cover the cost of living when you begin to get older, it’s not always … Continue reading “What Senior Citizens Need to Know About Bankruptcy”

Where and How to File for Divorce in Terre Haute

If you’re planning on filing for divorce in Terre Haute, Indiana, there are multiple steps you must take in the process. Going through a divorce is never easy to deal with emotionally, and depending on whether you and your spouse get along, the legalities of your divorce can go smoothly or become drawn out. With … Continue reading “Where and How to File for Divorce in Terre Haute”

Requesting a Hardship License After an OWI in Indiana

If you have been convicted of a drunk driving charge, more commonly referred to as an OWI in Indiana, you’re likely feeling the consequences of your conviction as we speak. You may be trying to figure out how you’ll pay the accrued fines, and how you will get to school or work if your license … Continue reading “Requesting a Hardship License After an OWI in Indiana”

Reasons to Work with a Lawyer During Bankruptcy

Those who are in serious debt and struggling just to make ends meet may be trying to find a solution to their financial troubles. Fortunately, declaring bankruptcy can be a great option for people just like you. Although bankruptcy often carries a poor reputation, asking for help when you need it and giving yourself a … Continue reading “Reasons to Work with a Lawyer During Bankruptcy”