Tandy Law LLC Shelbyville family law attorney

Family Law


Family law cases can be challenging. It takes a law firm with compassion and understanding to guide a person through one of the toughest times in their lives.

As an attorney with experience on both sides of the bench, Jack is your Shelbyville, Indiana family lawyer.

Divorce

The most stressful times in a person’s life can be going through the process of divorce. There are disputes about division of property, child custody, parenting schedules, and child support and alimony. With the stresses of putting your life back together, trying to make sense of family law is overwhelming.

You need an expert advocate to protect your best interests. Jack Tandy understands and can lead through the minefield of divorce.

Child Support

If you have a child and either need help in getting or enforcing a child support order, Jack Tandy has the experience to get the job done.  If you are an obligated parent, Jack can make sure that you are treated fairly.

Do you need to estimate your child support? Try the Indiana Child Support Calculator?

Adoption

As a judge, adoption hearings was one the best things that Jack presided over.  He understands the law and can help steer you to a positive result.

Guardianship

If you are taking care of a child or an adult, guardianship can be the best legal avenue to protect you.  If you are wanting to end an established guardianship, Jack can advise you of your rights and the best strategies.

Child Custody

There is nothing more important than child custody matters.  Jack has heard literally hundreds of custody cases in his judging career.  He knows the evidence that will impress a judge and give you the best result possible.

Grandparent Rights

If you are a grandparent and are having trouble seeing and having a consistent relationship with your grandchildren, Jack can help you understand the laws that can assist you.

Paternity

If you have a child out of wedlock, Jack can help you protect your rights so that you can have the best relationship possible with your child, and in dealing with the other parent.