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August 2013

Is a Divorced Wife Entitled to Husband's Pension?

Property division during divorce can be complex and spousal pension plan rights in a divorce proceeding are often misunderstood. While rules may vary …

What Child Custody Arrangement is Best for a Child?

How does a judge determine the best child custody arrangement when each party in the divorce might have different views of what that means? Simply put…

How Can A Non-Custodial Parent Get Custody?

In Indiana, individuals that share custody of a child(ren) are typically designated as “custodial” and “noncustodial” parents. In most cases, the cust…

Can I Appeal A Trial Court’s Granting Of A Protective Order?

The Indiana Civil Protective Order Act (“Act”) provides powerful relief to help ensure the safety of certain covered Hoosiers who find themselves in d…

What Should I Know About Child Custody?

Child custody proceedings tend to be confusing and emotional times. Whether it be an initial custody proceeding or a modification of a pre-existing cu…

Who Gets The Vacation Home In Divorce?

We receive questions all the time from clients and prospective clients regarding the division of property in Indiana. Unfortunately, there are no quic…

How Do Trial Courts And Appellate Courts Differ?

A court is a court is a court, right? No. While appellate courts are rarely featured in movies (except for a few cases on the United States Supreme Co…

Have Questions About Divorce And Business Ownership?

Indiana follows a “one-pot” theory when determining what property is to be considered part of the marital estate. This “one-pot” theory makes it so th…

What Is A Petition For Certiorari?

Pretty much everyone has heard the adage “I’ll take my case to the Supreme Court.” What does this mean? In Indiana, there is the Indiana Court of Appe…

Can An Appellate Court’s Decision Be Appealed?

When mistakes are made at the trial court level, sometimes this can lead to an improper verdict or decision. Fortunately, our judicial system provides…

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Based in Indianapolis and founded in 1995, Ciyou & Dixon, P.C. is a niche law firm focused on successfully dealing with the complexities of divorce, high-conflict child custody and family law. Known for their ability to solve extremely complex situations with high quality work and responsiveness, Ciyou & Dixon will guide you every step of the way. The family law attorneys at Ciyou & Dixon, P.C. will help you precisely identify your objectives and the means to reach your desired result. In addition, this practice focus is augmented by the firm's other three core areas, namely appellate advocacy, civil practice, and firearms law. Life is uncertain. Be certain of your counselSM.

Indianapolis Divorce Attorneys, Ciyou & Dixon, P.C. of Indianapolis, Indiana, offers legal services for Indianapolis, Zionsville, Noblesville, Carmel, Avon, Anderson, Danville, Greenwood, Brownsburg, Geist, Fortville, McCordsville, Muncie, Greenfield, Westfield, Fort Wayne, Fishers, Bloomington, Lafayette, Marion County, Hamilton County, Hendricks County, Allen County, Delaware County, Morgan County, Hendricks County, Boone County, Vigo County, Johnson County, Hancock County, and Tippecanoe County, Indiana.