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How to Figure Out What Is a Fair Divorce Settlement

We receive questions all the time from clients and prospective clients regarding divorce settlements and what is considered “fair divorce settlement.”…

Revising Your Estate Plan After Divorce

Anyone who has ever been through a divorce will tell you it is hard. Not only is it an emotional time, but also extremely stressful due to the confusi…

How Can I Defend Myself Against All the False Statements My Ex Has Put in Court Filings?

The use of false allegations or statements made against individuals by ex-spouses has become more and more common in recent years. Unfortunately, this…

Divorce and Tax Plan Surprise: Biden's Proposal May Cause Shockwaves for Divorcing Couples

When it comes to tax planning for divorce, the rules and ramifications for divorcing couples frequently change. Case in point: President Biden’s propo…

How Many Cases Are Overturned on Appeal?

One question we often receive from clients and prospective clients is “how many cases are overturned on appeal?” Unfortunately, the answer to that que…

Divorce and Estate Planning: Documents to Update for Divorcing Spouses

Estate planning during divorce might not be among your top concerns during all the stress, decision making, and adapting to a post-marriage “new norma…

Child Custody Modification in Indiana

Table of Contents What Is the Modification of an Existing Child Custody Order? Physical Relocation of a Parent Common Issues When Modifying…

What Is Residential Custody of a Child?

Child custody arrangements vary widely between divorced couples (or those who have children born out of wedlock) and are decided by a court based on w…

Does One Parent Have to Have Primary Custody?

While most people who intend to divorce or are divorcing in an Indiana trial court with children have a general sense that the court must determine cu…

Is It Possible for a Non-Custodial Parent to Get Custody?

With a divorce, the trial court loses jurisdiction over property issues thirty (30) days after the final order is entered.1 It is a whole different st…

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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.

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