Fort Wayne Divorce Attorney

Going through a divorce can be among the most difficult experiences you will ever have to endure. Emotions can get in the way of clear decision-making, and the complexity of the legal issues can sometimes be overwhelming. In situations like these, it is important to have an experienced Fort Wayne divorce lawyer who can remain objective and stay focused on your best interests.

At the law office of Matthew S. Williams, Attorney at Law, clients receive personalized attention and customized solutions for their divorce-related legal issues. Mr. Williams' complete understanding of Indiana family law combined with his more than 10 years of experience as a lawyer puts him in a strong position to seek a favorable outcome in your case.

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Divorces are generally classified into one of two categories: contested and uncontested. In an uncontested divorce, the spouses are able to reach agreement on all issues in the divorce. In these cases, an agreement can be drafted and reviewed by each spouse's attorney, signed by the spouses and submitted to the court for approval. Uncontested divorce is a very expedient and cost-effective solution for couples who are able to work together.

A contested divorce comes about when the couples are not able to agree on all pertinent issues. When agreements cannot be negotiated, the disputes are often resolved in court. Mr. Williams is highly skilled in the courtroom, and he has successfully litigated countless contested divorces. He takes the time to fully understand your concerns and goals. He develops a customized plan of action and diligently seeks the best possible result on your behalf.

Mr. Williams has experience handling all aspects of divorce, including the following:

Discuss Your Case With An Allen County Property Division Lawyer

Contact the law office of Matthew S. Williams, Attorney at Law, to discuss your divorce-related questions. You can reach the office by phone at 260-918-0443, toll free at 800-558-0314 or via email. His office is conveniently located two blocks from the Allen County Courthouse. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free on-site parking is available.