Vigo County Divorce FAQ
Going through a divorce is never an easy process and it’s understandable that you may have many questions about the legal process during this time.
Not only does divorce involve the legal separation of two people, but it also involves separating property, assets, and debt. When pets or children are involved in the divorce, the process can be that much more difficult. Having a lawyer by your side to guide you through it all can be helpful.
Although we’ve answered some of the most common questions below, you may have more specific questions or concerns regarding your case. At Rowdy G. Williams Law Firm, a Vigo County divorce lawyer can assist you through every step of your divorce and ensure that you walk away feeling confident and satisfied with the end result.
Common Divorce Questions in Indiana
Continue reading to learn more about the divorce process in Vigo County.
Do I Need to Go to Court for My Divorce?
Depending on how well you communicate with your spouse, going to court isn’t always necessary. Mediation is often quicker and more cost-effective options for those going through a divorce who feel that they can handle their issues without getting a judge involved. In mediation, you can seek advice from your attorney before going into the hearing. A mediator will then write up your agreement.
How Can I Prove I Need Alimony?
Often, when you go through a divorce, your finances pay the ultimate price. If your spouse was the sole breadwinner in the family, and you have no way to make a suitable income to support yourself without them, you may be able to file an order for alimony or spousal support.
You’ll need to prove your need for alimony by showing that your financial standing is much less than your spouse’s and proving that, for whatever reason, you cannot obtain a job and make a suitable income in the future.
Reach Out to a Vigo County Divorce Attorney
Divorce is challenging no matter how you look at it, but when you know what you’re getting into, it can ease your stress. At Rowdy G. Williams Law Firm, we want you to feel as comfortable as possible when you walk into the courtroom. We’ll thoroughly address every question and concern you have and ensure your divorce goes as smoothly as possible.
To speak with a Vigo County divorce lawyer about your case today, you can schedule a free consultation by filling out the contact form below or by calling 1-812-232-7400.