Family Law Attorneys in Carmel, Indiana
Compassionate Counsel for Indiana Families
Families can provide structure for your life and help you contribute to the communities around you. But families are always changing. They grow, divide, and evolve, and as they change, their legal needs change as well.
At Keating Douglas, LLP, we've helped families in Carmel and throughout Indiana achieve their family law goals for more than two decades. Our team—attorneys Christine Douglas and Jillian Keating—has the knowledge and experience to handle whatever legal matters life may throw at you and your family.
Legal Solutions for Every Family
Christine is a Certified Family Law Specialist*. Her expertise and Jillian’s extensive experience in family law allow us to work with families on a wide array of sensitive matters, including paternity and adoption.
Divorce proceedings are emotionally trying experiences, and many separating couples prefer to get their divorce behind them as quickly as possible. At Keating Douglas, LLP, we understand the importance of making sure all associated documents are thoroughly prepared and vetted to reduce the possibility of further disputes. Our office can assist ex-spouses with creating child support and custody agreements and enforcing or modifying them when circumstances change.
Taking family law matters to court can prolong distressing situations. If litigation is necessary, we will advocate relentlessly on your behalf to achieve your family law goals as efficiently as possible.
Whatever your case may involve, we value understanding above all else. We will listen to your needs and help you determine which legal options are right for you and your family.
Contact Keating Douglas, LLP
Schedule an initial consultation with us to learn more about how Christine and Jillian can help your family. Send us an email, or call our office in Carmel to get started. We also serve the needs of individuals and families in Marion County, Hamilton County, Noblesville, Indianapolis, Zionsville, and Fishers, Indiana.
*As determined by the Independent Certifying Board of the Family and Juvenile Law Section of the ISBA