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Child Custody Attorney In Terre Haute

CHILD CUSTODY LAW

Our staff is not only experienced, but also friendly and compassionate. We understand how emotional cases involving children can be. Whether you think your child is in danger or you just want custody, we are eager to help. We know you will want to solve the case as quickly as possible to avoid negatively affecting your family, so you can expect us to give your case the attention it deserves.

Aside from personal attention for every case, we offer:

  • Local representation
  • Flexible scheduling
  • A professional, skilled staff

“I NEED A CHILD CUSTODY LAWYER NEAR ME!”

We understand what a difference the results will make for your household, and that’s why we take every case seriously. We always keep in mind the best interests of your children, so you can count on having an advocate to fight alongside your family when you hire us.

We have solved numerous cases involving the wellbeing of children, so we are confident we can help you, too. No matter what you are struggling with, we encourage you to schedule an appointment to talk with our staff.

When you seek a reputable Terre Haute, IN, child lawyer, call The Nice Law Firm, LLP today to set up your first appointment.

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TERRE HAUTE CHILD CUSTODY LAWYERS AT YOUR SERVICE

Put our experience and expertise to work for you.  We strive to provide you with outstanding service and to keep you in the loop during the entire process.  Communication is a critical and important part of our process.  Tell us how we can help.

The Nice Law Firm, LLP
400 Wabash Avenue Suite 205
Terre Haute, IN 47807

Offices In Indianapolis/Carmel, Martinsville, Terre Haute, Kokomo, Lebanon & New Castle serving the state of Indiana.

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