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Family law is a broad term, used to describe legal process that range from building new families to resolving family disputes. Some of our clients come to us for help taking the first steps in a life together, while others seek mediation or representation in dealing with other family members.
Estate Planning & Administration
When considering the best interests of your family, it’s always wise to plan ahead. Whether you’re designating the recipients of your assets and property, or determining who will be put in charge of your estate, making these tough decisions takes significant pressure off of those you leave behind.
Thousands of Hoosiers suffer workplace injuries in Indiana every single year. Many of these injuries lead to workers’ compensation claims and, in some cases, disputes between employers and their employees over benefits. At Coriden Glover, we have helped many of our clients resolve disputes over worker’s compensation claims.
Being accused of a crime is a one of the most difficult things a person can endure. In addition to possible fines and jail time, a person might have to live with a criminal record, making it difficult to get a job, get into certain schools, retain child custody or find suitable housing.
It might be tempting to think of appellate law as simply part of the appeals process, but appellate attorneys understand that an in-depth understanding of appellate law can be valuable in all stages of a case. Appellate attorneys also realize that an appeal isn’t simply a replay of the case; it is a chance to take a fresh approach and overcome disadvantages that you might have faced in trial courts.
Most of us will need the services of an attorney at some point in our lives. For non-criminal disputes, it’s often the services of civil litigation attorneys that best serve our needs. Civil litigation attorneys can represent you in trials, hearings, mediations and many other legal situations.
Corporate, Transactional and Real Estate Law
Business owners face many responsibilities – managing employees, dealing with clients or customers, ensuring day-to-day operations of a business. Things can get even more complicated when it comes to the legal aspects of running a business.
The relationship between government and business is vital to our identity. A dialogue is necessary to ensure the success of that relationship, but some businesses might wonder where exactly that dialogue begins. The good news is that there are places to turn for help.