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If you want to learn more about all of the various options for getting divorced, you can click here: Your Divorce Options


If you want to learn more about the step-by-step processes of a divorce, you can click here: The Divorce Process


If you want to learn more about divorces with children, you can click here: Parenting Time, Custody, and Child Support.


If you want to know more about getting a divorce without hiring lawyers, you can learn more here: Mediation

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• New Client Packet for a Divorce With Children

• New Client Packet for a Divorce Without Children


• Financial Declaration Requirments and Form

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Getting Divorced

Getting Divorced

Going through a dissolution of marriage, or commonly, a divorce, is a journey filled with complex emotions and life-altering decisions. It's a path that many individuals find themselves on, and while it may not have been the path you originally envisioned, it's important to remember that you are not alone. Divorce is not just about the end of a marriage; it's also a beginning—a chance for new beginnings, personal growth, and a redefinition of what happiness and fulfillment mean for you. In these challenging times, it's crucial to approach this process with compassion, self-care, and support, not only for yourself but for all those involved. Remember that your feelings and experiences are valid, and there is a community of people and professionals ready to guide you through this transformation with empathy and understanding.

If you're looking for divorce services, there are several options available to you. If you and your spouse are in agreement and have an uncontested divorce, you can work with an attorney or explore other alternatives. Here are some steps to help you find divorce services:


Consulting with a Divorce Attorney

Hiring a divorce attorney is often the most traditional and secure option for navigating the divorce process. You can search for divorce attorneys by checking online directories, asking for recommendations from friends or family, or contacting your local bar association.


Here, at Sanghvi Law, most of our clients are referred to us by family and friends, though we have been hired from references from local courts and bar associations.


Unbundled Legal Services

Some lawyers offer "unbundled" legal services, which means you can hire them for specific tasks or parts of your divorce, rather than full representation. This can be a more cost-effective option if you only need assistance with certain aspects of your case.


Here, at Sanghvi Law, we offer specialized services to deal with all aspects of the divorce process. For example, we can work with you specifically to work out custody and parenting time issues, or help you navigate the financial obligations of a divorce. Many aspects of your divorce can be worked out without an attorney, which will reduce your costs.


Learn more about retainers and other attorney fees >>


Online Divorce Services

There are several online platforms that provide divorce assistance and document preparation services. These services can guide you through the paperwork and legal process, but keep in mind that they are not a substitute for legal advice.


Mediation Services

If you and your spouse are on amicable terms and agree on most divorce issues, you may consider divorce mediation. A mediator can help you work through disagreements and create a mutually acceptable divorce agreement. At Sanghvi Law, we offer mediation services conducted by a state-certified mediator.


Legal Aid Organizations

If you are unable to afford an attorney, you might qualify for legal aid services in Indiana. These organizations provide free or low-cost legal assistance to those who meet their income eligibility criteria. Give us a call today and we can help guide you to the appropriate organization.


Self-Help Resources

Many states, such as the Indiana Supreme Court, provide self-help resources for individuals seeking a divorce without an attorney. You can find information and forms on their website to help you navigate the process. Give us a call today and we can help guide you to the appropriate websites.


Court Clerks and Legal Forms

You can visit your local courthouse or access their website to obtain divorce forms and instructions. Court clerks may be able to provide some guidance, but they cannot provide legal advice.


Remember that divorce laws and procedures can vary from state to state, and even within different counties in a state. It's essential to consult with a legal professional or use resources specific to your area to ensure that you're following the correct legal processes and requirements for your divorce.


Before deciding, it's a good idea to research and consider your specific circumstances, budget, and the level of legal support you need during the divorce process. Consulting with an attorney, even for a brief initial consultation, can help you understand your options and make an informed decision.


Learn more about retainers and other attorney fees >>

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