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Partner With a Compassionate and Experienced Divorce Attorney
Going through a divorce is never easy. It can be emotionally and financially straining for everyone involved and the outcome can affect you for the rest of your life. I am Attorney Elizabeth Toole and I assist clients in divorce-related matters in the Allen County, IN area. I can help you with filing divorce papers, negotiating the terms of your divorce, and representing you in any disputes that may arise during the process. I understand how difficult these situations can be, so I am here to guide you and represent you to achieve the best possible outcome.
Get Professional Assistance With Your Divorce Papers
In many cases, a couple can come to an agreement about the terms of their divorce without needing to litigate the matter in court. However, it’s important to hire an attorney to guide you and ensure your rights are protected throughout the process. I can help you settle divorce-related matters such as:
- Property Division
- Spousal Support
- Child Custody
- Child Support
If You Are Filing For Divorce in the Allen County, IN Area, Contact Attorney Elizabeth Toole Today
If you are looking for an experienced divorce attorney in the Allen County, IN area, contact Toole Law Offices today. I provide free 30-minute consultations in which we will discuss your unique situation and determine how my services can assist you.
I have asked for Elizabeth Toole’s professional service multiple times. Each time she has treated me very well and helped... read moreClarence J.10/05/2019
I had a very positive and respectful Experience. Definitely works hard for the client. Would Recommend. 😊Tahesia P.10/05/2019
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