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Divorce Attorney in Indiana County Handles Your Case with Heart

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Divorce is one of the most difficult decisions you can make. It not only affects you but, in many cases your children and extended family. While searching for an Indiana County family law attorney, you will learn that there are two types of divorce you can choose: contested or uncontested.

We, at Kayden & Vaporis, LLC, will draft your divorce papers and write your divorce decree with empathy while never forgetting about your future, protecting your rights and your assets along the way.

In today’s world, there are many different types of partnerships: the traditional marriage, civil unions and domestic partnerships. When these relationships come to an end, strong legal guidance is required. The lawyers of Kayden & Vaporis have earned a stellar reputation with their ability to define the nature of your relationship, without judgment, and choose which steps to take to dissolve your union.

Amicable divorce requirements

In order to file for a divorce in the state of Pennsylvania, you or your spouse must be a resident of the state for at least six months. Either spouse can file and must simply state in the divorce papers that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” If both spouses agree in writing, or have been separated for 1 year or more, your Indiana County divorce attorneys can arrange for your divorce simply and free of hostility.

Contested divorces

If you have been separated for less than 1 year or don’t agree on the divorce, we can still file on one of the following grounds:

  • Adultery
  • Bigamy
  • Cruel and inhuman treatment
  • Imprisonment for years two or more
  • Personal indignities
  • Confinement in a mental institution

As experienced divorce lawyers in Indiana County, we stay at your side representing you throughout all of the divorce proceedings including negotiation meetings and trial.

Negotiation or trial

If you and your spouse can agree on the issues that need to be addressed — such as property, debt division and support — we can finalize your divorce without a trial. If you can’t agree on these issues, the court schedules a hearing. If the court thinks there’s any chance at all for reconciliation, it may order a 90-day cooling off period, or order you and your spouse to complete a counseling program. If these attempts at preserving your marriage don’t succeed, the court then grants you a divorce.

We have your best interests at heart

There are no easy answers to divorce. When you hire our Indiana County divorce lawyers, we’ll lend you a sympathetic ear to talk to or a shoulder to lean on. But our number one goal is protecting your rights.

Talk to trustworthy divorce lawyers in Indiana, PA

Do you feel like you don’t know where to turn? Feel all alone? You’re not. Call experienced family law attorneys in Indiana County, call Kayden & Vaporis at 724-465-5653 or contact us online. Your first half hour consultation is free. We’re conveniently located at 26 South 6th Street, Indiana. There is on-the-street metered parking and a parking garage only two blocks away.