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Improve Your Future Opportunities with the Help of a Family Law and Expungement Attorney in Indianapolis, IN
Arrests and criminal convictions can impact your life long after you face the court-ordered penalties. Many employers and landlords ask if you’ve been arrested or convicted of a crime. Your opportunities will be limited if you have to answer “Yes”. If you want to live your life without these records being brought up, contact Attorney Terrence Kirby and ask about expungement. Expungement is a process that can remove an arrest or criminal conviction from your record. Once expunged, you are not required to disclose an arrest or conviction when applying for a job or to rent a property. Attorney Terrence can help you petition the court for expungement in the Indianapolis, IN area.
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Regain Your Driving Privileges with a Hardship License
A suspended license can cause a huge disturbance in your day to day life, especially if you drive yourself to work every day or drive to meet familial obligations. Luckily, there is a way to get back on the road legally while your license is still suspended. A hardship license may be granted to someone who has had their license suspended due to a criminal conviction related to driving or for habitual traffic violations.
With a hardship license, your driver’s license is still suspended but you are permitted to drive to specified places at specified times. Your court order may permit you to drive to and from work, to pick up your children, to attend doctor’s appointments, and things of that nature. Attorney Terrence will assist you in petitioning for a hardship license in order to increase your chances of getting back on the road.
Affordable Assistance with the Uncontested Divorce Process
An uncontested divorce is a divorce in which both parties agree on all issues related to the dissolution of their marriage. This is the simplest type of divorce, as no litigation is necessary. Attorney Terrence can assist you in deciding the terms of your divorce, including:
- Child custody
- Child support payments
- Spousal support payments (alimony)
- Division of marital assets and debts
He will also assist you in filing all of the necessary paperwork with the court to make this process as simple and convenient for you as possible.
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Law Office of Terrence P. Kirby
Petition for Child Custody or Child Support Modification
If you want to modify your child custody plan and your ex-spouse doesn’t agree with the modification, you may take them to court. Attorney Terrence will gather the necessary evidence to argue your reasoning for the modification and represent you aggressively in court.
Either the supporting or dependent parent can petition for a modification of their child support agreement. For example, an increase/decrease in income for either parent could justify a modification of the child support agreement. Call today to receive a free consultation and find out how we can help you increase your chances of successfully modifying your child support agreement.
Contact a Qualified Attorney to Help with Family Law
Family law is a broad term that covers many different aspects, from divorce to child custody. Because of this, it can be difficult to know when to consult a family law attorney. Contested divorce cases and concerns over child support and custody are the most common, though you may also wish to contact a family law attorney to help with emancipation. The emancipation of a child can be a difficult legal process. Essentially, it allows a child to be free of their parents’ control before they reach adulthood. Actually completing this process may be difficult alone, however, so it can be beneficial to contact an expert from a family law office for assistance.
There are, of course, many other circumstances where you may wish to work with a family law attorney. If you’re uncertain, then you can always call for an initial consultation to determine whether or not you need their support.
The information contained on this website is presented for informational and marketing purposes only and is not to be understood as legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice respecting your individual needs. Law Office of Terrence P.Kirby looks forward to speaking with you about your particular needs. Please note, however, that the mere act of contacting our firm does not create an attorney-client relationship. As a result, you should never send any confidential information to our office until a Representation Agreement has been signed by both you and Law Office of Terrence P.Kirby.