Divorce

By Your Side Throughout Divorce Proceedings

Despite your best efforts, you may recognize that you and your spouse cannot fix the problems that are straining your marriage bonds. Divorce may help you find a new beginning when your marriage ends.

At George A. Simpson Attorney At Law, we are here to guide you through divorce proceedings and help you make the decisions that promote your long-term interests. Our team is led by Certified Family Law Specialist*, George A. Simpson, who uses decades of legal experience to identify the best plan for you. When you work with us, we will customize a strategy that accounts for your unique circumstances and needs.

Qualified To Handle A Variety Of Divorce-Related Concerns

Mr. Simpson has practiced law in Indiana since 1989. He has represented thousands of men and women throughout Central Indiana, so he is able to anticipate legal challenges that arise during this difficult time. With his assistance, you can navigate legal proceedings efficiently and move on with your life.

We are equipped to handle a range of divorce-related matters, including:

  • Contested and noncontested divorce
  • Separation
  • Child custody and parenting time
  • Child and spousal support
  • Property, asset and debt division
  • Post-decree actions that include enforcement and modifications

When you retain us, we will seek out the most effective course of action that protects the people and things that matter to you. Mr. Simpson is a trial-tested litigator, seasoned negotiator and registered domestic mediator. These qualifications set him apart from other Indiana lawyers, allowing us to help you find the best solution for your situation.

We are committed to remaining by your side throughout your legal matter and giving you the sound, compassionate advice you deserve.

Get Started Today

Whatever your stage in the divorce process, we are ready to help. Arrange your private consultation at our Indianapolis office with a Certified Family Law Specialist when you call 317-826-3988 or send us an email.

* As certified by the Family Law Certification Board

Divorce