About Fishers, Indiana
Fishers, Indiana grew from 7,200 residents in 1990 to a whopping 76,794 just twenty years later, when the last census was taken. Indeed, Fishers is one of the fastest growing cities in the State of Indiana with over 27,000 households in 2010, half of which included children under the age of 18. Fishers is located in Fall Creek and Delaware Townships, in Hamilton County, Indiana, and is located just off of Interstate 69, S.R. 37, and Allisonville Road – about twenty five minutes northeast of Indianapolis.
While Fishers was continuously growing over the years, it was also receiving accolades such as #12 ranking in Top 100 Best Places to Live in America (Money Magazine), #3 ranking in America’s Friendliest Towns (Forbes), and #5 ranking in 10 Best Towns for Families (Family Circle).
Fishers Divorce Attorney
Divorce statistics in Indiana have not changed much over the last twenty years. However, with almost 50% of marriages ending in divorce, Fishers residents will benefit from learning how best to proceed when a family law matter arises. Going to court is frequently the worst things parties can do, and definitely the most expensive. Romine Family Law offers alternative means of resolving family disputes and finds the most important part of the process is in educating their clients. Frequently, a little education prevents a court fight. The areas of practice that lend themselves to resolution without going to court include the following:
- Pro-Se Divorce By Mediation
- Collaborative Divorce
- Post-Dissolution Modification
- Parenting Time
- Child Support
- Property Division
- Alimony/Spousal Maintenance
- Step-Parent Adoption
- Grandparent Rights
Avoid Court – Consider Mediation instead with Your Fishers Divorce Attorney
Pro-Se Divorce by Mediation refers to a program offered by Romine Family Law to residents of Fishers, IN who want to get divorced but do not want to hire two attorneys. Pro-Se refers to people who are not represented by attorneys. In the Pro-Se Divorce by Mediation Program, the parties reach decisions with the help of a mediator.
Collaborative Divorce is a process by which each party hires an attorney who has been trained in collaborative divorce. Both parties and their attorneys enter an agreement, in writing, that they will resolve their issues without going to court.
Romine Family Law is located at 11650 Lantern Road, Suites 134 and 136, in Fishers, IN. Carol offers free consultations and will schedule flexible appointments in order to accommodate your work schedule. Schedule your FREE consultation today.